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With mid-term elections around the corner, politicians of all strides are feverishly hunting for catch phrases and catch themes, and a growing number of democrats, as well as a sizable part of Republicans, have come to realize that public opinion … Continue reading
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Uruguay Parliament poised for historic vote on recreational marijuana legalization under government control. Often dubbed the Switzerland of Latin America, Uruguay is a tiny country of 3.3 million inhabitants located on the Atlantic coast on the Southern border of Brazil … Continue reading
As New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan signed a new medical marijuana bill into law on July 23, Illinois MMJ bill still awaits Governor Quinn signature. The last New England state turned green on Tuesday July 23 as New Hampshire Governor Maggie … Continue reading
AOS (Organization of American States) endorse the marijuana legalization process In a meeting with Uruguayan president Jose Mujica, OAS Secretary General José Miguel Insulza came as close as he could to fully endorsing marijuana legalization, declaring that the current prohibitionist … Continue reading
Historic landmark for global drug policy reform The 2012 Summit of the Americas in Cartagena, Colombia, gave the OAS (Organization of American States) a mandate to study the impact of current drug policies and explore possible alternatives. The results of … Continue reading
Brazil between decriminalization and mandatory minimum sentencing Seven justice ministers who served during the 1995-2003 government of Fernando Henrique Cardoso and the 2003-2011 administration of Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva delivered a letter on Tuesday to Federal Supreme Court Justice … Continue reading
Uruguay launches a nationwide public debate over marijuana legalization – Its government deserves our full support On November 15, 2012, the government of Uruguay submitted to its parliament a proposal for the legalization of the sale of marijuana under state … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
While he was growing hemp in his backyard and probably smoked it mixed with tobacco on his front porch, Thomas Jefferson proposed in 1779 a law that would mandate castration for gay men and mutilation of nose cartilage for gay … Continue reading