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Gov Christie’s Powerful Speech on Drug Addiction [VIDEO]

Governor Christie spoke about the war on drugs at the Herbertsville Fire Company the other day and whether you are a fan of the governor or not, this is a video you should take the time to watch. 

Governor Christie discusses the war on drugs and how NJ is failing in its efforts. Rather than incarcerating non-violent drug offenders, the governor is suggesting rehabilitation as a means to get these people help. Placing these offenders into jail will not help them in the long run.

As Governor Christie noted in his speech “Treatment is impossible for some who’s died.”

Would you support a plan to rehabilitate non-violent drug offenders rather than giving out jail time? Take the poll below.

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