Turin votes in favour of legalizing cannabis

Turin is the first large city in Italy to speak out about the annulment of the Fini-Giovanardi law
13 January 2014
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Turin's city council has approved a motion in favour of making the drug legal for therapeutic purposes, making it the first of Italy's large cities to do so. The proposal is an appeal to the Italian parliament that they "move from a prohibitionist structure to one where soft drugs, particularly cannabis, are legally produced and distributed". This means that while the vote doesn't make it legal to consume, buy or sell cannabis for individual use yet, it paves the way for a more tolerant view of the drug in the eyes of the law.

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Tuesday, January 14, 2014