Cannabis legalised for intimidating looking people

Their case is gaining support from the public and continued media attention is bringing the discussion out into the public domain.

This will be the second time our Constitutional Court faces a case regarding the cannabis use, with the current case from The Dagga Couple being fundamentally different in that it seeks to not be limited to religious grounds as was the previous case of Gareth Prince.

turned in over 57,000 signatures to get their initiative on the 2014 ballot.

The War on Drugs has first and foremost been a war on people, initiated by fundamentalist leaders who saw no need to define global drug policies on little more than their judgemental ideals, and yet they have maintained their vice-like grip no matter how epic a fail this policy has repeatedly been proven to be.

The line has been drawn in the sand as the US tally now stands at 18 States allowing for medical use and 2 allowing for recreational use, with millions of dollars to be legally made and saved.

The industry itself may take a few months to be setup and there will undoubtedly be a few teething pains as it takes shape.

A few rules also go along with these new laws, but the short and sweet of it is that citizens of these States will no longer be criminals for possessing marijuana.

Over the past few years, we have seen huge momentum and growth in the US marijuana movement, resulting in both Colorado and Washington fully legalizing marijuana for adult recreational use.

The plan is to have a legal and regulated industry for growers, retailers and users.By using mass media as his weapon, Anslinger propelled his anti-marijuana sentiment to a national movement by spreading false truths, fear, racism and propaganda.By 1937 cannabis became illegal in an act drafted by Anslinger himself.As it did in Colorado and Washington, public support is needed in South Africa to make this change happen sooner rather than later. Colorado and Washington have shown that there is no longer any “if” about the matter. Already South Africa’s first hemp crop in over a century has sprouted and is on its way to showing fruit, thanks to the immense work done by Tony Budden of Hemporium. The vote went down to the wire in 2010, with the proposition losing by an extremely narrow margin.

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