The editorial board of The Seattle Times writes that more than the 3500 that so far have been pardoned for small possessions should also be eligible for pardon.
Massachusetts is getting one step further in the direction of creating social spaces, so called cannabis cafes, for consuming cannabis. This is done in the name of fairness, since not everyone is able to consume cannabis at home, even if it’s legal.
Many New Jersey cities are fearful about legalizatiion and ban cannabis activities. However almost 60% of the adult population wants a legalization.
It’s not a small thing when The European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA) is pointing out that the highest courts of Mexico, South Africa and Georgia did something revolutionary.
When are people to high to drive? This is something that needs to be established when legalization comes to more and more states and countries. It’s not really a simple question to answer.
According to the conservative think tank Cato institute walls between the US and Mexico won’t be effective in protecting against drug smuggling. Legalization would do a much better job on that matter.