New push to legalise cannabis and sell it in shops

New push to legalise cannabis and sell it in shops

New push to legalise cannabis and sell it in shops

Colorado food service workers are the most likely to use pot, according to a recent Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report, with employees in the accommodation and food services industry (30.1%) and those who worked in food preparation and serving occupations (32.2%) reporting the highest prevalence of marijuana use during 2014 and 2015.

Greens Leader Richard Di Natale says the war on drugs has failed.

'Under the reform up to six plants can be grown for personal use, but the Australian Cannabis Agency will impose strict penalties for the sale of unlicensed or black market cannabis; the sale of cannabis to under age consumers and other breaches of license conditions'.

The party is confident that now is the right time for change on cannabis in Ireland.

Gary Demeulenaere, director of legal and policy services in the Department of Justice and Public Safety, said on CBC Radio's Island Morning that the legislation takes the approach of describing where marijuana use is allowed, rather than listing where it is prohibited. "It's really a testament to my fantastic team that has rallied together and worked tirelessly to develop a one-of-a-kind cannabis oil product with such positive attributes".

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The minor party wants to redefine cannabis as a legal substance, with licences issued for its production and sale.

The Green Party has called for cannabis to be decriminalised, arguing that current legislation has "made criminals out of decent people".

The new strategy also proposes that individuals be allowed to grow up to two cannabis plants in their own home for personal use.

In an interview with The Daily Telegraph, Mr Hunt said the Greens' cannabis policy would mean it was "open slather for a highly unsafe and addictive drug" which he said was also a "gateway to even more risky drugs".

Crossbench senator Derryn Hinch also backed the Greens' push, saying "you'd ban alcohol and cigarettes" too if the argument was that it's bad for you.

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"The Greens see drug use as a health issue, not a criminal issue". The Australian Greens have promised this bill will be in parliament by the end of 2018.

The drug would be available at retail stores in plain packages to people aged over 18, in a plan the party hopes will raise tax for drug treatment programs.

"Banning cannabis hasn't reduced its use or availability, yet it has distracted police from following up more serious crimes, harmed a lot of young people and helped make some criminals rich", Dr Wodak said.

But the Australian Medical Association has "significant reservations" about the proposal.

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