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  1. Cannabis regulation: high time for change?

    Rebecca Coombes
    20 မေလ 2014
    Article

    Cannabis is the world’s most widely used illicit drug. But for how much longer? In a short space of time we have moved from absolute global prohibition of the drug, with the emergence of legalised and regulated production and retail not in just one nation (Uruguay) but also, surprisingly, in two US states (Colorado and Washington). Do these and other new permissive models in Spain and Belgium, for example, point to a tipping point in the debate? Could cannabis step out of the shadows and join the ranks of alcohol and tobacco, the world’s most popular legal and regulated drugs?

  2. The will of the voters

    John Walsh
    12 နိုဝင်ဘာလ 2012
    Article

    Now that the voters in Colorado and Washington have approved marijuana legalization initiatives, attention has turned quickly to questions surrounding implementation—and in particular to speculation over how the federal government might react. This is entirely understandable, since it is no secret that the newly approved state initiatives conflict with federal law.

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    La voluntad de los electores

    John Walsh
    12 နိုဝင်ဘာလ 2012

    yes-ballot2012Ahora que los votantes en los estados de Colorado y Washington han aprobado iniciativas para la legalización de la marihuana, la atención se ha volcado repentinamente hacia preguntas sobre la implementación de esta medida —y, en particular, hacia especulaciones sobre cómo podría reaccionar el gobierno federal. Ello es totalmente comprensible, pues no es un secreto que las recientemente aprobadas iniciativas estatales entran en conflicto con la ley federal.