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Jamaica Eyes Pot Tourism

Following Jamaica’s long-awaited marijuana decriminalization legislation, drafted last October, it is now contemplating the obvious benefits of integrating ganja into the country’s tourism industry so as to reap the economic and social benefits. Jama...

30 Grams of Marijuana Legal in Philadelphia (Kinda)

Today Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter made history by signing a decriminalization bill into law that, starting October 20th would make possessing 30 or less grams a fine of $25 and a $100 fine or community service for smoking in public within city limits. This makes Phi...

Global Drug Commission: Legalize All Drugs!

The Global Commission on Drug Policy is advising world leaders to consider the decriminalization and regulation of illegal drugs, even heroin and cocaine, in an effort to put down the beaten horse of the drug war and finally unleash the remaining casualties.

WHO Demands Drug Decriminalization

The World Health Organization, which serves as the health authority for the United Nations, is calling for lawmakers across the globe to reform their nation’s drug policies. Earlier this month, the agency published testimony, which finds the most effective method fo...

Bermuda Close to Medical Marijuana

A report commissioned by Bermuda’s government recommends the immediate decriminalization of small amounts of pot, along with the outright legalization of medical marijuana. 

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