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We Are The Future Lets Make It Drug Free In the United States everybody is forced to make the decision Should I use drugs Drugs are an intensely growing problem in our world today They are incredibly harmful to ones body and is one of the leading causes of death in the United States of America For this reason we should stop the distributing and use of drugs in the United States We are the future lets make it drug free We as young people have the ability do make the future however we want it to be if we just put our minds together and work hard Drugs are one of the problems that I do not want in my future The most famous legal drug is a cigarette Smoking cigarettes is the cause for approximately one-fifth of all deaths Cigarette smoke delivers more than 40 cancer-causing chemicals and over 4000 tiny amounts of poison though out your body The carbon monoxide you inhale from the tobacco smoke replaces the oxygen in the blood cells leaving the brain lungs and the rest of your body robbed from oxygen Cigarettes is not the only drug problem there are many other kinds of drugs even harder drugs The harder drugs are the illegal black marketed drugs Cocaine is one of the more famous illegal drugs Cocaine acts on the brain and makes it crave the drug The cocaine affects the users judgement Large doses can make the user extremely paranoid while making them aggressive and violent Cocaine can cause cardiac arrest or seizures followed by respiratory arrest The way we get rid of drugs so we the young people can be in a drug free world is by making sever punishments If we have sever punishments people will be too scared to get caught using drugs If they do get caught the punishment should be life in prison With them in prison they will
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