Marijuana reform advances around the world

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Marijuana reform advances around the world

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looking forward to seeing the day when no one needs be in fear of being arrested ANYWHERE
Been a long time since i first started smoking in 65.... :beer3:
As we have welcomed a new year, it’s worth taking a look back at last year to ponder how far the world has come on marijuana law reform – and how far it has to go. The wall of marijuana prohibition continued to crumble in 2019, albeit at an achingly slow pace.
Medical marijuana was sort of on the move at the United Nations too. In late January 2019, the World Health Organization recommended the removal of marijuana from Schedule IV of the global drug treaties, the most restrictive category, along with other related reforms.
https://www.asiatimes.com/2020/01/opini ... the-world/
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phuketrichard wrote: Wed Jan 22, 2020 8:41 pm looking forward to seeing the day when no one needs be in fear of being arrested ANYWHERE
Been a long time since i first started smoking in 65.... :beer3:
As we have welcomed a new year, it’s worth taking a look back at last year to ponder how far the world has come on marijuana law reform – and how far it has to go. The wall of marijuana prohibition continued to crumble in 2019, albeit at an achingly slow pace.
Medical marijuana was sort of on the move at the United Nations too. In late January 2019, the World Health Organization recommended the removal of marijuana from Schedule IV of the global drug treaties, the most restrictive category, along with other related reforms.
https://www.asiatimes.com/2020/01/opini ... the-world/
That's a long time smoking - hope you keep it up for a long time more. :hattip:
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