Fred, apologies in advance, if I have misunderstood .. are you suggesting we should legalise meth? I could understand decriminalising possession/use of meth by users, accompanied with taking health approach. But not full legalisation.
I've just seen too many people ruin themselves with it - job, home, family all gone. It's the only drug I've seen detected in post accident testing and I've seen it in turn up so many times. It's a devastating drug. Way more impactful per user than alcohol.
I would think quite different from pot/alcohol where recreational use could is seen as acceptable.
I think you may have replied before I edited my post to add comment in brackets. My "yes" reply was a bit brief.
Meth is evil, it's a huge problem, and it needs to be stamped out - but what we're doing now seems to be only making it worse.
I think it's generally used by a different demographic than weed etc. That's not to say that a meth user won't smoke a joint, they probably would.