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The best way to fight corruption is to legalise it

“So, that’s my quotum for this week.” The police-officer closes his book with traffic tickets and rises from his chair at the large window, where he has overlooked the rather derelict Amsterdam shopping street. 472 more words

Cambodia

A Petition Has Forced British MPs to Consider Cannabis Legalisation

In excellent news for the salted snacks industry, a petition to legalise cannabis in the UK on Parliament’s website has garnered over 150,000 signatures, which makes it very likely that it will be debated in the House of Commons. 209 more words

2015

Italian Parliament to debate legalization of cannabis

A bipartisan group of 218 deputies introduced in the Italian Parliament a Bill to legalize cannabis, obviously on a controlled scale.

However, such a trailblazing Bill is unlikely to pass without the official support of the Government, which is unlikely to take risks on such a controversial proposal. 88 more words

Italy

WELWYN GARDEN CITY: Cannabis plant seen growing in council flowerbed

British free tabloid newspaper Metro reports on a very unusual and illegal discovery spotted sprouting from a council-owned flowerbed in the Hertfordshire locality of Welwyn Garden City… 559 more words

News

Claiming that 'marijuana cures cancer' is hurting the pro-legalisation movement

I should start this off with the disclaimer that I support the legalisation of recreational marijuana use. In fact, I support the decriminalisation of all recreational drugs. 1,753 more words

Cancer

Unmasking New Zealand’s ‘world leading drug reform’

Image by Richard (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0)

By Julian Buchanan

The New Zealand Psychoactive Substances Act 2013 (PSA2013) was never world leading drug reform as frequently claimed by some drug reformers and recently re-asserted in an… 831 more words

Oceania

...And that’s the real reason.

via LiberalEffects.com, eviltessmacher: dancingwalnuttree: ….

eviltessmacher:

dancingwalnuttree:

getinvolvedyoulivehere:

America’s overdose rate is 140 per 1 million people. Portugal’s is 3 per 1 million. Figure it out, America.

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Justice & Law