President Joe Biden has proposed a new policy that would limit citizens’ rights in regards to drug legalization. The proposed policy comes after photos of former couple Camila Cabello and Shawn Mendes locking lips at Coachella 2023 surfaced online.
The policy, which is set to take effect in 2024, would make it illegal for any two individuals to kiss while under the influence of drugs or alcohol. The enforcement of this new policy would be conducted by specially trained Drug Enforcement Agency officers who would be stationed at popular music festivals, such as Coachella.
In a speech given on the White House lawn, President Biden addressed the new policy and the implications of Cabello and Mendes’ kiss. “We cannot allow our citizens to make decisions while under the influence of drugs or alcohol,” said President Biden. “Therefore, we must act to protect the public from these types of indiscretions.”
The proposal has been met with criticism, with many arguing that the policy is overly restrictive and violates people’s right to make decisions while under the influence of drugs or alcohol. In response, President Biden has stated that the policy is necessary to protect citizens from making bad decisions, such as the one made by Cabello and Mendes.
Although the policy has yet to be passed, it has already sparked a heated debate about drug legalization and the limits of personal freedom. While some argue that the policy is necessary to protect citizens from making bad decisions, others argue that it is an infringement on citizens’ rights and freedom.
Only time will tell how this policy will be received by the public, but for now, President Biden’s proposed policy has caused controversy and sparked debate.
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