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Decriminalization of non-medical cannabis in th...
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Decriminalization of non- medical cannabis in the United States. Legal history of cannabis in the United States, Places that have decriminalized non- medical cannabis in the United States, Cannabis in Oregon, Gonzales v. Raich, Cannabis laws in Ann Arbor, Michigan, Office of National Drug Control Policy, National Institute on Drug Abuse, Effects of cannabis

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Legal History of Cannabis in the United States
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Prohibitions of cannabis arose in many states from 1906 and onward. By the mid-1930s, cannabis was regulated in every state by laws instituted through The Uniform State Narcotic Act. In the 1970s, many places in the United States started to decriminalize cannabis. Most places that have decriminalized cannabis have one or more of civil fines, drug education, drug treatment in place of incarceration, criminal charges for possession of small amounts of cannabis, or have made various cannabis offenses the lowest priority for law enforcement. In the 1990s many places began to legalize medical cannabis, which conflicts with federal laws, as cannabis is a Schedule I drug according to the Controlled Substances Act of 1970, which classified cannabis as having high potential for abuse, no medical use, and not safe to use under medical supervision. Multiple efforts to reschedule cannabis have failed and the United States Supreme Court has ruled in United States v. Oakland Cannabis Buyers' Coop and Gonzales v. Raich that the federal government has a right to regulate and criminalize cannabis, even for medical purposes.

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Legal History of Cannabis in the United States
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Prohibitions of cannabis arose in many states from 1906 and onward. By the mid-1930s, cannabis was regulated in every state by laws instituted through The Uniform State Narcotic Act. In the 1970s, many places in the United States started to decriminalize cannabis. Most places that have decriminalized cannabis have one or more of civil fines, drug education, drug treatment in place of incarceration, criminal charges for possession of small amounts of cannabis, or have made various cannabis offenses the lowest priority for law enforcement. In the 1990s many places began to legalize medical cannabis, which conflicts with federal laws, as cannabis is a Schedule I drug according to the Controlled Substances Act of 1970, which classified cannabis as having high potential for abuse, no medical use, and not safe to use under medical supervision. Multiple efforts to reschedule cannabis have failed and the United States Supreme Court has ruled in United States v. Oakland Cannabis Buyers' Coop and Gonzales v. Raich that the federal government has a right to regulate and criminalize cannabis, even for medical purposes.

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The 2004 cannabis law reforms in Western Austra...
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The past three decades has been a period of intense and sustained debate about the wisdom of police continuing to rigorously apply laws that prohibit the use, possession and cultivation of cannabis. Given a large number of young adults have been exposed to the drug, with few experiencing apparent serious detriment, policy makers have been required to justify the continuation of a system of criminalisation of cannabis. This book examines the cannabis law reforms that occurred in early 2004 in Western Australia (WA) and the United Kingdom (UK) and what lessons can be learnt from these successful reforms as compared to New Zealand, where cannabis law reform did not succeed.In WA new legislation established an all encompassing framework of the circumstances in which police could issue cannabis infringement notices (CINs) involving three offences. Compared to the prescriptive approach in WA, in the UK there was limited legislative reform, with emphasis on expanding police discretion to issue street warnings for cannabis possession. This book is relevant to those who want to understand the processes to maximise the possibility of successful cannabis law reform. The failure of reform in New Zealand highlights the important role that groups and community organisations can perform to garner and sustain public support in circumstances where a government pleads a lack of capacity for parliamentary reform.

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The 2004 cannabis law reforms in Western Austra...
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The past three decades has been a period of intense and sustained debate about the wisdom of police continuing to rigorously apply laws that prohibit the use, possession and cultivation of cannabis. Given a large number of young adults have been exposed to the drug, with few experiencing apparent serious detriment, policy makers have been required to justify the continuation of a system of criminalisation of cannabis. This book examines the cannabis law reforms that occurred in early 2004 in Western Australia (WA) and the United Kingdom (UK) and what lessons can be learnt from these successful reforms as compared to New Zealand, where cannabis law reform did not succeed.In WA new legislation established an all encompassing framework of the circumstances in which police could issue cannabis infringement notices (CINs) involving three offences. Compared to the prescriptive approach in WA, in the UK there was limited legislative reform, with emphasis on expanding police discretion to issue street warnings for cannabis possession. This book is relevant to those who want to understand the processes to maximise the possibility of successful cannabis law reform. The failure of reform in New Zealand highlights the important role that groups and community organisations can perform to garner and sustain public support in circumstances where a government pleads a lack of capacity for parliamentary reform.

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Legality of Cannabis
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Legality of cannabis, Legality of cannabis by country, Cannabis legalization in Canada, Mexican Drug War, Drug policy of the Netherlands, Cannabis reclassification in the United Kingdom, Legal history of cannabis in the United States, Cannabis in New Zealand, Annual cannabis use by country, Global Marijuana March, Drug policy of Sweden, Cannabis in Switzerland, Cannabis in the United Kingdom, Cannabis in the United States, Medical cannabis, California Proposition 215 (1996), Marijuana Control, Regulation, and Education Act, Cannabis in Oregon, Oregon Medical Marijuana Act, Decriminalization of non-medical cannabis in the United States, Places that have decriminalized non-medical cannabis in the United States, National Commission on Marihuana and Drug Abuse, Drug policy of the United States, Students for Sensible Drug Policy, Marijuana Policy Project, Hemp, List of hemp diseases

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Legality of Cannabis
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Legality of cannabis, Legality of cannabis by country, Cannabis legalization in Canada, Mexican Drug War, Drug policy of the Netherlands, Cannabis reclassification in the United Kingdom, Legal history of cannabis in the United States, Cannabis in New Zealand, Annual cannabis use by country, Global Marijuana March, Drug policy of Sweden, Cannabis in Switzerland, Cannabis in the United Kingdom, Cannabis in the United States, Medical cannabis, California Proposition 215 (1996), Marijuana Control, Regulation, and Education Act, Cannabis in Oregon, Oregon Medical Marijuana Act, Decriminalization of non-medical cannabis in the United States, Places that have decriminalized non-medical cannabis in the United States, National Commission on Marihuana and Drug Abuse, Drug policy of the United States, Students for Sensible Drug Policy, Marijuana Policy Project, Hemp, List of hemp diseases

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The Prohibition of Marihuana and the effect on ...
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Pre-University Paper from the year 2014 in the subject American Studies - Culture and Applied Geography, grade: 1+, , language: English, abstract: The reason why I chose the topic "The prohibition of cannabis and the effect on the Paper and Pharmaceutical Industry in the USA" is that a lot of people don't know the actual reason why cannabis was prohibited in the United States back in the 1930s and 40s. It is a common fact that smoking marihuana can lead to a seizure of unrestrained indulgence.However this was not the actual reason why people tried to ban cannabis in America. In this research paper I am going to answer the central question what the deciding reason was that cannabis was prohibited in the USA. Furthermore I am going to work out the effects on the paper- and pharmaceutical Industry.First I am going to describe what cannabis actually is and how it is used as a natural resource. Then I am going to discuss under what influence cannabis was prohibited in the USA. Finally I try to find a proper way to deal with the situation and have a look at the future for the cannabis industry.

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The Prohibition of Marihuana and the effect on ...
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Pre-University Paper from the year 2014 in the subject American Studies - Culture and Applied Geography, grade: 1+, , language: English, abstract: The reason why I chose the topic "The prohibition of cannabis and the effect on the Paper and Pharmaceutical Industry in the USA" is that a lot of people don't know the actual reason why cannabis was prohibited in the United States back in the 1930s and 40s. It is a common fact that smoking marihuana can lead to a seizure of unrestrained indulgence.However this was not the actual reason why people tried to ban cannabis in America. In this research paper I am going to answer the central question what the deciding reason was that cannabis was prohibited in the USA. Furthermore I am going to work out the effects on the paper- and pharmaceutical Industry.First I am going to describe what cannabis actually is and how it is used as a natural resource. Then I am going to discuss under what influence cannabis was prohibited in the USA. Finally I try to find a proper way to deal with the situation and have a look at the future for the cannabis industry.

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