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Marijuana legalisation needs debate says SNP councillor

By Sanjeev Mann (@Ask_Sanjeevs)

An SNP councillor thinks tobacco and alcohol causes more problems than marijuana, and advocates the legalisation of marijuana for medical use. 778 more words

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Francine Sporenda interviews Huschke Mau

Huschke Mau is a survivor of Germany’s legalized prostitution system. In this article, Francine Sporenda interviews her, focusing on the recent changes in the prostitution law in Germany. 1,934 more words

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On Twitter, close to 7.6 million pro-Cannabis tweets: study . US

The wave of positive, pro cannabis information circulating on the internet is unstoppable and the amount of information available is immense. The twitter platform is burning up with pro cannabis tweets 7.6 million to be exact.Well i guess the word is out there.! 289 more words

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Increase of drug-induced deaths in Australia

The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) published a study that has revealed that drug-related deaths have hit the highest rates since the 1990s. The study showed that 1,808 Australians died from drugs in 2016 alone. 252 more words

Is Australia moving forwards towards decriminalisation?

Over the years, it has become evident that Australia’s current approach towards drug issues is not effective. With increases in illicit drug consumption and a UN report exposing that Australia in the fact the country with the highest numbers of recreational drug use – it is obvious that there is need for change. 182 more words

Decriminalisation VS Legalisation

What is the difference between decriminalisation and legalisation? Which one is better?

Legalisation:

By legalizing illicit drugs, we would be treat them like substances such as alcohol or tobacco – as regulated products. 239 more words

Review: Good Cop, Bad War

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Good Cop, Bad War 

Neil Woods

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Review: Cormac O’Keeffe

Having a sword pressed to your throat in the course of your work might be a sign that you should reconsider your job. 630 more words

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