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Individuals should have the option to use physician assisted suicide to end a terminal illness.
Because of the harmful nature of their products, the tobacco industry should subsidize public health care.
Tobacco companies should be prevented from using advertising tactics that target teenagers.
Smoking in public places endangers the lives of non-smokers and should be prohibited.
Random drug testing of student athletes reduces drug use among teenagers.
Amateur sports organizations (schools, Olympics) should prohibit all performance enhancing drugs.
Legalizing marijuana would substantially reduce the costs of administering the criminal justice system.
The U.S. government should acknowledge its failure in the "War on Drugs" and offer alternative approaches to preventing harm to citizens caused by illegal drug use.
Other countries should cooperate with the US in order to reduce drug trafficking.
Removing the motto "In God We Trust" from US currency will further strengthen the wall of separation between Church and State.
Sure, schools should teach about the Christian creation of the world. They should just do it in a comparative religion class.
Organized prayer is beneficial for students and should be allowed in schools.
People who join cults are just looking for answers and spiritual guidance. Leave them alone.
The federal government should amend the United States Constitution to include the Equal Rights Amendment.
Gays and lesbians should be legally protected from hate crimes.
Gays and lesbians should not be able to get married.
Individuals should have the right to remove books from public and schools libraries if they feel the books should not be read.
Links: accurate as of 10-16-12