India Is Cracking Down on Cannabis. Here’s What That Means for the Movement Fighting To Legalise It.
As India’s Narcotics Control Bureau arrests celebrities and dealers for possessing and peddling weed, we look into how the mainstream media’s vilification of recreational and medical cannabis users affects those fighting to legalise the plant.
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