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"The rulings pave the way for adults to use marijuana in any way they see fit. We aren't just talking about recreational use," Froylán Enciso, a drug policy researcher at Mexico's social sciences institute, the CIDE, told UPI.
originally posted by: argentus
a reply to: Lumenari
U.S. Maijuana Law Enforcement Cost. AT the least -- 1.2 BILLION dollars. Staggering the amount of money spent on controlling a plant which has nearly a zero chance of overdose, and a myriad of medicinal uses.
originally posted by: AtlasHawk
When kids and Young youth start using it its going to end badly
According to a new poll released Monday, 52 percent of Americans over 18 have tried marijuana at some point in their lives. The survey conducted by Yahoo News and Marist Poll found that not only have most adults in the U.S. smoked pot, 44 percent of those who tried it once still use it today.
As Politico points out, these rules may be even more problematic for those working in Canada’s new weed industry, which is expected to bring in billions of dollars. They’d be considered drug traffickers by the U.S. government. Customs and Border Patrol agents often ask those crossing the border what they do for a living. “If you work for the industry, that is grounds for inadmissibility,” [Todd Owen, the executive assistant commissioner for the Customs and Border Protection's (CBP) Office of Field Operations] told Politico.