cannabis legalisation

A stoners celebration that started in the US made its way to London on Sunday, with thousands attending a rally in Hyde Park
Do you know how much the worldwide trade in marijuana is worth?
In total marijuana is a harmless drug, which people are to uneducated on Marijuana and need to do proper research if they want to find out what marijuana's really like. I'm not saying there's nothing wrong with it, but I am saying there are a lot of things right about it.
Doctors have voted down a motion that would push for the legalisation of cannabis, but have instead called for anyone born
As Ukip leader Nigel Farage backed calls for drugs to be legalised in the UK, a policy expert has told The Huffington Post
Comedian and actor Russell Brand has delivered a flamboyant plea at a United Nations gathering to bring an end to arrest
For many, the death of thirty-one year old Cory Monteith is still fresh in the mind. Deaths of these kinds can only be described as a tragic waste. But, rather than concentrating on the loss of life and love, the publicity of these sad events could - and should - be used in a far more meaningful way.
Regardless of how many billions are spent trying to prove cannabis is bad for us, and regardless of how much spin conservative politicians put on the issue, the anti-cannabis lobby is taking to the witness box with an embarrassing lack of evidence.
The issue of drug use has been discussed recently due to critics arguing that events such as Glastonbury promote the culture of illegal drug taking. I can picture many of you, who are perhaps a bit naive when it comes to drug use reading this with a look of disgust on your face, but let's just consider the facts for a moment before we jump to the conclusion that if cannabis is legalised the UK will become a massive drugs ghetto with tens of millions of people suffering from mental health issues such as schizophrenia.
Many who oppose the legalization of harder drugs (e.g., heroin, cocaine) paint some pretty farfetched images. Take a ten year old walking over to a candy dispenser, and then walking away with some crack. Or, less farfetched: people buying what they please over the counter at convenience stores.