My comment regarding judicial decisions came out well imho, so I’m echoing it here for you.
Keep the following two questions in mind, while reading my comment below. Do you agree? Anything you want to add?
By “get the regulations right”, they mean rig the system to their thuggish benefit to the maximal extent possible.
To genuinely get the regulations right, our government (judicially in the name of the unalienable right to liberty — i.e. the unethically ignored ninth federal constitutional amendment) needs to get their selfish laws out of the mix with respect to this wonderful plant upon proper use, and only justly leverage law upon demonstrable harm (not subjectively, nor weakly scientifically, defined harm).
Law abuse is society’s worst problem due at least to its mainly broad scope of destruction against public safety.
Judicially managed risk (i.e. judicial “regulations”) only exacerbates that mass-rights-infringing problem.
There is no panacea against tragedy. Tragedy exists regardless of any form of law. People will be victimized by other abuses regardless of such law, but no other abuse has the painful societal impact that law abuse does.
A genuinely unalienable right to liberty is the only way to maximally prevent law abuse.
That means risk must remain purely in the realm of effective education — never law.
Had this been realized from the get-go in our nation (as it lawfully was supposed to have been), literally no discrimination (race, gender, sexual preference, and so on) would have been implemented via law abuse, and countless non-rights-infringing lives would have been saved.
Law abuse is public enemy number one, and the public at large still demonstrably fails to understand that, because our oligarchically controlled society deplorably offers no such education.
Our national declaration condemns law abuse, but pre-American conservatism across the political spectrum has overridden our fundamental rights to instead dominate via unbearably powerful hypocrisy disguised as equality and morality — but really just serving to selfishly enrich oligarchical interests in both the private and public sectors.
I am an honest freak (or reasonably responsibly balanced "misfit", if you prefer) of an artist working and resting to best carefully contribute towards helping society. Too many people abuse reasoning (e.g. 'partial truth = whole truth' scam), while I exercise reason to explore and express whole truth without any conflict-of-interest -- all within a sometimes offbeat style of psychedelic artistry.