This report in the UK introduces common sense into the problem of drug abuse. Best yet it includes all drugs and completely gives up the utterly failed prohibition approach.
I had posted as much several years ago but now the time has come to actually try this someplace somewhere. It will be very welcome, but also not easy to impliment although our experience in tobacco and alcohol is promising. Harm reduction is an ongoing work in progress and we have actually seen much progress, often voluntary.
Both are far less the problem they were only forty years ago, at least in Canada. I expect the same to hold true for all such drugs and expect the market for the nastiest in particular to collapse. There was always a significant social aspect to illegal sales and without that it is hard to see why new addicts would be recruited..