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by Craig Donnellan

ePub The Cannabis Debate (Issues) download
Author:
Craig Donnellan
ISBN13:
978-1861682758
ISBN:
1861682751
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Publisher:
Independence Educational Publishers (April 20, 2004)
Subcategory:
Politics & Government
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1685 kb
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Given that two out of five New Zealanders have consumed cannabis at some stage, it's clear that prohibition has not worked, unless the aim . Colorado has been the poster child of commercial cannabis reform over the last few years.

Given that two out of five New Zealanders have consumed cannabis at some stage, it's clear that prohibition has not worked, unless the aim was to force dope smokers to hang out with career criminals. So if prohibition won't work, then perhaps commercialisation will. On the upside, Colorado has seen crime rates dropping by . per cent and driving offences decrease.

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Hannah Deacon, whose son Alfie suffers from epilepsy, says that Theresa May promised that they would be allowed to use medical cannabis. Alfie had the treatment in Holland but the family had to return to the UK where the drug is illegal.