It has now been half a year since Canada legalized cannabis. What has happened..? Well- to begin with taxes have been boosting. Jobs and profits have been made and the black market has been diminished.
Washington state has provided legalized recreational cannabis since 2014. A new study shows that the use among teens has gone down (maybe surprisingly) in that category.
You can now access a new tool to get a grip of the global situation. Which national drug policies / strategies on illegal drugs is the country in question using? Data from all around the world are available in an interactive beta version of Drug Policy Metrics Map.
The cannabis researcher Amir Englund from King’s College in London claims that many samples of hash in Madrid is contaminated and have traces of poo in them.
Well, according to a recent study, published in the International Journal of Drug Policy, there is a growing trend towards sales on social medias.
March is Women’s History Month and DPA (Drug Policy Alliance) is celebrating this by pointing out the unjust treatment of women, especially if they belong to a minority.
There are no evidence that young people are being deterred by harsh policy when it comes to consume cannabis, according to a major new study from University of Kent.
Contrary to the fear expressed by cannabis prohibitionists, teenagers seem to consume less cannabis in the states that has legalized medical cannabis, a study shows.
According to a report from National Survey on Drug Use and Health, cannabis smokers in USA between ages 55-64 now are overtaking the 12-17-years old when it comes to statistics. (The difference, however, is within the margin of error).