Drug policy reform in the world: major events of 2013

President Jose Mujica of Uruguay

Drug Policy Reform on the move

2012 was a turning point for drug policy reform and 2013 keeps plugging along. In the US, the number of medical marijuana states should reach 20 this month with Maryland and New Hampshire in the final stage of adoption, and may even reach 25 by year end. Here is a great link for a review of marijuana policy in every state of the US: http://www.thedailychronic.net/2013/16750/your-state-by-state-update-to-marijuana-decriminalization-legalization-and-reform/

In Europe, the Czech Republic legalized medical marijuana and several cities from Copenhagen to Dutch cities are considering outright legalization. Uruguay is launching a national debate.

This PowerPoint presentation reviews the major events of 2013. I invite you to check it regularly as it is being updated.

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Author: Jeffrey Dhywood

Jeffrey Dhywood is a European-born investigative writer, lecturer and public speaker, drug policy analyst, author of "World War D – The Case against prohibitionism, roadmap to controlled re-legalization" http://www.world-war-d.com/. Jeffrey Dhywood holds a degree in Mathematical logics (Model Theory). He lived 20 years in the US and is currently living in Latin America. He is also very familiar with Asia, which gives him a good grasp of the global dimension of the War on Drugs, and its global failure. His academic background and his direct experience allows him to bring common sense and sanity to an issue often mired in confusion, misconceptions and preconceptions.

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