|Poll. US voters support single payer Medicare-for-all 51 - 38 percent. As do doctors. See: Australian single payer. And: It costs less. Bernie Sanders videos: A Republican senator challenged a Canadian doctor on their single-payer health care. 2. Chart: Portugal's drug decriminalization. 2.3. And:|
|A or F? How Congress scores on marijuana. 2. By Danielle Keane, NORML political director. 2016. "Of the 233 Democrats in Congress, 208 members (89.3 percent) received a passing grade of a 'C' or higher. Of the 302 Republicans in Congress, 102 members (33.8 percent) received a passing grade of a 'C' or higher." For your state see: Congressional Scorecard. NORML. Grading was based upon members' voting records.|
- Share link: US maps and usmaps. This article was written by Timeshifter. See also: Drug War, mandatory minimum sentencing, handguns.
- Wikipedia: List of countries by incarceration rate.
- List of countries and U.S. states by incarceration rate.
- Wikipedia: List of countries by intentional homicide rate.
- Murder Rates Nationally and By State. By Death Penalty Information Center.
Maps and tables
|Maps and tables showing high incarceration and murder rates. Both due to Republican-led drug war, and massive NRA lobbying over the years for handgun proliferation, mandatory minimum sentencing, and high incarceration rates to fight the drug war, and to fight violence due to handgun proliferation. A vicious cycle of more and more violence and drug war in urban areas, that spread to the suburbs and rural areas.|
More info: Wikipedia: List of U.S. states by incarceration rate. And: Wikipedia: List of U.S. states by homicide rate. See also: Commons:File:US Adult Incarceration Rate by State.svg - it has data for top map to the right.
- Note: The rate columns can be sorted in ascending or descending order. The row numbers on the left sort separately. This way the states can be ranked by rate. Sort the state column to return to alphabetical order.
State firearm death rates
- Note: The rate column can be sorted in ascending or descending order. The rank column on the left sorts separately. This way the states can be ranked by rate. Sort the state column to return to alphabetical order.
- ↑ Correctional Populations In The United States, 2013. Published December 2014. Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS). By Lauren E. Glaze and Danielle Kaeble, BJS Statisticians. The numbers are from Appendix Table 1 in the PDF.
- ↑ State Totals: Vintage 2014. By U.S. Census Bureau. See: "Annual Estimates of the Resident Population for the United States, Regions, States, and Puerto Rico: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2014 (NST-EST2014-01)". 2013 state populations were taken from that. Also, the 2013 national population. See the CSV and FactFinder links. The 2013 populations were used to calculate the incarceration rate per 100,000 of all ages.
- ↑ State Firearm Death Rates, Ranked by Rate, 2013. By Violence Policy Center. It sources the National Center for Injury Prevention and Control of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
- ↑ Detailed Tables for the National Vital Statistics Report (NVSR) "Deaths: Final Data for 2013." See: National Vital Statistics.