BBG's view is welcome anytime. Personal responsibility is still a factor, not just legalization, criminalization.
Trump and the Feds need to do something about federal law not matching state laws (and state constitutions) and I doubt if sending troops into these (swing) states is the best answer.
Colorado's law partly failed and partly succeeded. Now it's 4 or 5 states.
We don't need legal heroin or legal meth or legal cocaine or five year olds using drugs. But we also don't need coercive paternalism to be the law of the land for all personal behavior, soda, french fries, etc.
BBG would argue that attempting to use law enforcement to keep heroin from the five year old is a failed policy that should be abandoned.