Legal approaches to decriminalize Cannabis in 16 different countries

This report, prepared by the foreign law specialists and analysts of the Law Library of Congress, provides a review of laws adopted in Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Costa Rica, the Czech Republic, Germany, Ireland, Israel, Mexico, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, South Africa, and Uruguay with regard to decriminalization of narcotics, and touches specifically on cannabis and legalization.

Individual country surveys included in the study demonstrate varied approaches to the problem of prosecuting drug use, possession, manufacturing, purchase, and sale. The country surveys demonstrate some diversity and common threads among these jurisdictions as to defining narcotics, distinguishing between “hard” and “soft” drugs, establishing special regulations concerning cannabis, refusing to prosecute personal use and/or possession of small quantities of drugs for personal use, giving law enforcement authorities the discretion not to prosecute minors and first-time offenders, applying alternative forms of punishment, and providing treatment opportunities.

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just do it already..

good article with much information..

will there be a global weed bubble like xxx speaks of in california now?


~ by seeker401 on May 9, 2017.

One Response to “Legal approaches to decriminalize Cannabis in 16 different countries”

  1. It would have to be organic and naturally bred. No glyphosphate or GMO.
    Plus phosphate fertliser releases polonium into your lungs if you smoke it just like tobacco smoke .
    So the big pharma gangsters will be quickly into this once they see overwheming acceptance .

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