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Liberal Cannabis Laws Around The World, From Uruguay To North Korea

If Uruguay rubber-stamps its radical plans for cannabis, it could become the destination of choice for stoners the world over.

In a world first, the South American country intends to introduce state control of the marijuana industry, allowing users a set amount each month and permitting the growing of the plant within a legal limit.

The government would set a minimum price for the drug, in an attempt to drive cartels out of business.

We know Britain has resisted calls to soften its stance on weed. But how do Uruguay's policies compare with the rest of the world?

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