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  1. Is Obama finally ready to dial back the war on drugs?

    Jacob Sullum
    31 Diciembre 2014
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    As Obama embarks on the third year of his second term, here are some of the ways in which Obama has begun to deliver on his promises of a more rational, less punitive approach to psychoactive substances. Obama's most significant drug policy accomplishment may be letting states go their own way on marijuana legalization. Even if our next president is a Republican drug warrior, he will have a hard time reversing that decision, especially given the GOP’s lip service to federalism.

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    Legalizar la marihuana medicinal no conlleva más delitos en EE UU

    30 Marzo 2014
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    medical-marijuana3Una de las razones fundamentales por la que muchos Estados de Estados Unidos no han legalizado todavía la marihuana para su uso medicinal es por el temor a que hacerlo suponga un aumento de los delitos criminales. Pero un último estudio realizado por la universidad de Texas contradice esta creencia y ha concluido que legalizar la sustancia “no aumenta el número de crímenes e, incluso, reduce los homicidios”. La investigación, publicada en PLOS ONE, abre de nuevo el debate. La marihuana para usos medicinales fue aprobada por primera vez en EE UU en 1996.

  3. Oakland protests U.S. attorney's crackdown on large medical marijuana dispensary

    13 Julio 2012
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    A day after federal prosecutors moved to shutter the country's largest medical marijuana dispensary, city leaders and other officials came to the defense of Harborside Health Center, warning of dire economic and social consequences if Oakland's carefully regulated industry is quashed. "We cannot afford the money, we cannot afford the waste of law enforcement resources, and we cannot afford the loss of jobs that this would entail," City Councilwoman Rebecca Kaplan said.