To collaborate – (definition) to work with another person or group in order to achieve or do something.
Yes, our court system actually tries to do this…sometimes. Check out more with Mack Jenkins as he talks about the effects of criminal drug penalties during the War on Drugs, and how a tougher stance on “offenders” led us to more than tripling the number incarcerated between to 1980-2000. Now, the debate rages again as Trump claims a return to “Just Say No” practices is the key, and Hillary starts to push for a reduction in cookie-cutter penalties and a mental and medical approach to drug addiction, but won’t yet give an across the board support for the legalization of marijuana. Is anyone right, or are we destined to just see addiction numbers grow? Can the courts help at all?