Cannabis in Canada will become legal for adult users on July 1, 2018. The plant is also currently legal for medical and/or recreational purposes in 29 states in the U.S. Keeping this in mind, it may seem strange to some that admitting weed use at the Canada/USA border can get a Canadian citizen banned from the United States for life.
Two European countries could achieve marijuana legalization next year thanks to the political support of local opposition parties. Though it is quite difficult to change cannabis laws through public activism in Germany and the Czech Republic, the efforts of Green parties may push things along.
After marijuana initiatives were approved in eight more American states, Georgia, a former Soviet republic, has begun openly demanding weed decriminalization. Georgian drug policy has not been changed since the Soviet occupation, but the recent events overseas inspired the country residents to fight for their rights.
Although marijuana has been finally taken out of the shadow of prohibition in Canada and the majority of American states, a tricky question of whether weed users are allowed to take their weed stash on a plane remains unanswered. This article will make you knowledgeable on this issue.
Illegal shipping of drugs annually brings millions of dollars to drug dealers. The situation at the U.S.-Mexico border is a never-ending battle between smugglers and security officers. With the development of security measures, Mexican dealers find new and unexpected ways to ship drugs.
The unexpected decision of the United Kingdom to leave the European Union has shocked the world and led to turmoil in financial markets, ambiguity in the EU's stability, as well as questions about cannabis policy in European countries.
The laws are constantly changing. Every day, we read news about one or another country or state trying to legalize or decriminalize marijuana use. This constant change of laws may be confusing for people. It is often hard to say exactly what the laws concerning cannabis are in some country.
Tilray, a Canadian company specializing in medical marijuana production and research, became the first medical cannabis company that received all necessary permits to sell their products to European medical marijuana patients.