Have you ever wondered how the economic conditions of a country would fare if it decides to have a National Curbectomy (abolishment of the law which forbids anyone from drinking alcoholic beverages within the city limits), or a total blackout (known as “monopolizing the television”)? Or perhaps, if you are a parent, do you believe that a no-tolerance policy on partying and drinking among your own children would have long-term consequences on the national psyche? The question is: How do the effects of a National Curbectomy affect the country’s economy? Let us imagine that the country decides to have a Major Crash sometime in the future; in this event, a major effect on the economy would be the reduction in the volume of goods purchased by consumers due to shortages of goods (along with the resultant hyperinflation). Since goods cannot be produced at the rate needed, there is a run-up in price; ultimately, people start to hoist the figurative weights around their necks (thus, the name “hoarding”). This has all the effects of a major recession.
If we further assume that a major cure for alcohol abuse would reduce the number of DUI convictions, then the effects of a national cure for alcohol abuse would also have long-term economic consequences. A reduction in the number of DUI convictions would, in fact, reduce the economic condition of the nation because DUI crimes cost the nation millions of dollars each year in the form of wages lost to individuals convicted of DUI. It would also, of course, decrease the tax burden on taxpayers because fewer people would be applying for government funded programs such as unemployment benefits, disability aids, and other social welfare programs. This, in turn, would have profound economic consequences for businesses. For instance, if businesses lose the labor productivity they are used to, and have to hire more workers to handle the increased workload, then businesses would suffer and be forced to pass on steep cutbacks in order to balance their books.
How can the economic condition of the country be so badly affected by an addition of a drug test law? Well, first, it is important to note that these tests only identify alcohol, not other substances such as marijuana or tobacco. While it is true that these substances affect brain function, especially the ability to focus, it is also important to note that these tests cannot tell you if a person is actually addicted to these substances. Therefore, it would also be nearly impossible to enforce such a test at the workplace or anywhere else. Therefore, while such a law could technically ruin someone’s life, the financial damage caused would far outweigh the benefits derived from such legislation.
Now let us consider the other side of the question: Could a can curfew deteriorate the economic condition of the country? The answer depends on whether or not such a law would actually prevent individuals from obtaining drugs. If a person obtained drugs before getting a DUI conviction, then such a law would do little to deteriorate the economy. After all, most people who obtain drugs are doing so in order to get high and then drive home afterwards.
However, if a person gets pulled over and tests positive for drugs, then the effects of this will certainly fall into place. First, the person will be subjected to extra fines. He or she will also have to undergo mandatory rehabilitation. In many cases, a person will be sentenced to jail in order to facilitate probation or community service. The person may also lose his or her driver’s license. In the worst-case scenario, the person could be shot or killed while driving if caught drunk driving.
Obviously, these are not the only negative effects of a person getting arrested for DUI. But these are the most extreme cases. For many, the answer to the question “can a can curfew deteriorate the economic condition of the country?” is a definite yes.
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