Trump Administration says Trump administration will not allow drug erectile disorder to be treated in jails
Breitbart News: The Trump Administration is not in favor of allowing erectile disease to be a factor in drug treatment for inmates in jails.
In a memorandum to federal judges, Acting Assistant Attorney General Steven Miller said the Trump Administration “strongly disagrees with any attempt to use the criminal justice system to further an agenda of criminal justice reform and treatment.”
Miller wrote that the Obama Administration “recognized that the medical and therapeutic value of these medications cannot be dismissed as merely a convenience for the criminal.
We will not permit the treatment of these illnesses to be used as a political tool in a political campaign.”
The Trump Administration also did not agree to allow a waiver to allow the use of these drugs in prisons.
The memo was signed by Deputy Attorney General Marcia Macmanus and Deputy Assistant Attorney Generals Michael F. Kopecky and Thomas R. McCaskill, who heads the Drug Enforcement Administration.
Trump’s DOJ has been criticized for its handling of the erection disorder epidemic, which is the No. 1 reason why inmates are denied bail.
In the past, the Trump administration has argued that erectile disorders are not related to drug addiction, despite evidence to the contrary.
In recent years, the Justice Department has been increasingly using its power to restrict inmates’ rights.
It has used jailhouse visits as part of its fight to rein in the drug industry, and has pushed for the prison sentences of people who were convicted of trafficking, and convicted of money laundering and other crimes.
In March, the Supreme Court ruled that prison sentences can be imposed for those who were involved in the 2009 financial fraud case, as well as the 2012 murder of a police officer in Florida.
The Trump administration is also looking to reduce overcrowding in prisons, and is expected to propose a rule to make it easier for inmates to leave their cells if they become too hot, and also to expand the number of inmates who can go outside of the prison walls.