Government Study Finds Aboriginal Australians More Likely To Be Charged For Pot

A recent study conducted by the Australian government has found that Aboriginal Australians are more likely to be charged for cannabis than non-Indigenous Australians. The study, commissioned by the Department of Health, looked at the criminal justice system and its impact on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. The study found that Aboriginal Australians are … Read more

UK drug advisory board rejects government call for nitrous ban

The UK drug advisory board has recently rejected the government’s call for a ban on nitrous oxide, or laughing gas, a recreational drug commonly used by young people. This decision has come as a surprise to many, as the government had expressed concerns about the growing use of the drug and its potential harms. Nitrous … Read more

Free Weed Calgary – Sparking The Discussion About Calgary’s Cannabis Consumption Regulations

  In recent years, the legalization of cannabis has become a topic of debate in many countries around the world. In Canada, cannabis was legalized in 2018, but regulations around its consumption vary from province to province. In the city of Calgary, the issue of cannabis consumption has recently been brought to the forefront by … Read more

Mississippi Medical Marijuana Laws

The state of Mississippi is among the few states in the United States that have not yet passed a comprehensive medical marijuana law. However, the state has enacted a limited medical marijuana program, which permits the use of low-THC cannabis products for specific medical conditions. This article aims to provide an overview of the current … Read more