Majority supports legal cannabis

While the government turned down Copenhagen's bid to legalise marijuana in May, public support for decriminalising the plant remains strong
06 August 2012
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A majority of Danes believe that sales of cannabis should be controlled by the state, according to a Gallup poll for metroXpress. According to the poll, 53 per cent of those asked fully agreed or agreed that cannabis should be state-controlled; 22 per cent had no view on the issue while 23 per cent disagreed or fully disagreed. Social Democratic Justice Minister Morten Bødskov recently rejected the idea of a trial arrangement in Copenhagen.

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Monday, August 6, 2012
The Copenhagen Post (Denmark)