The New Politics of Marijuana Legalisation

By |Published On: June 7th, 2013|

 

Worldwide, public opinions are changing about the cannabis plant as more and more people come out in support of the end of prohibition.
This excellent American study from the Broookings Governance Study Group has some very recent stats and trends to report. It is bias towards the USA but nevertheless the facts are plain. All walks of life and population groups and trending towards legalisation and the end of criminalisation of cannabis users.
This highly recommended read can be downloaded as a PDF here:  The New Politics of Marijuana Legalisation May13

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  1. Aubrey John DeBliquy July 15, 2013 at 11:42 pm - Reply

    The fact is that the King verdict was defective by the supreme justices own explanation in their ruling. They said that it was very difficult to meet the general objectives of the law if exceptions were made to accommodate Rastafari. It was not their constitutional mandate to entertain the effect of enforcing the constitution, but to rule according to the law and let the chips fall where they may, or let the matter be referred back to the legislature to deal with as the supreme justices in America did in 1969 in the Timothy Leary case when USA was left without Federal Marijuana legislation for a bit.

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