I would change a law that would make murdering a child outside the womb punishable by death penalty. I would do this because I have found that too many abusers get away with murdering kids and nothing ever happens to them. I personally feel that this is pure evil. This is what I would change.
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One law that some people argue needs to be changed is drug policy. Specifically, some argue that the criminalization of drug use has done more harm than good, leading to mass incarceration, racial disparities in the criminal justice system, and a failure to address the root causes of drug addiction.
Those who advocate for drug policy reform argue that treating drug use as a public health issue, rather than a criminal one, would be more effective in reducing drug-related harm. This could involve legalizing or decriminalizing drugs, providing more resources for addiction treatment and harm reduction services, and focusing on addressing the social and economic factors that contribute to drug addiction.
Of course, drug policy is a complex issue with many different perspectives and potential solutions. But for those who believe that current drug laws are doing more harm than good, reforming drug policy could be a way to promote public health and reduce harm.