India voted in favour of rescheduling cannabis as a less dangerous drug, giving hope to weed activists and entrepreneurs about the perception of this “drug” changing.
The party's drug policy reform group wants a 'new approach' to the war on drugs, including a possible legalised cannabis market in Britain.
A pro-legalisation group wanted to give out "some free love” to the city.
“I smoked up with my dad and went for tuitions, then got a panicked call from him saying he was sinking into the bed.”
“I manipulate people. I might follow them but wait for them to see my Stories to know I sell.”
Amsterdam, where pot is legal, consumed just about a tenth of the cannabis Delhi did in 2018.
The petition also talks about how “unfathomable” it is that bhang is legal despite coming from the same plant as pot does.
It finds that 60 percent of adults would vote to legalise personal use.
Justice Minister Andrew Little said they still need to figure out exactly what the big question will be, but that the referendum will be binding.
A weed-growing paradise + a weed-loving population = a Prime Minister who says legalising weed is no different than legalising murder.
If we get cannabis legalisation wrong, those communities most harmed by its prohibition will continue to bear its scars.