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Decriminalising drugs would empower gangs, says minister

by Kieran Andrews The Times, posted 24 10 2019

Decriminalising drugs in Scotland would create an “open market” for criminals to import substances to England, a minister has claimed. Kit Malthouse, the UK policing minister, said that “county lines” gangs would be given an opportunity to work...

Govt rejects MPs call to decriminalise all drugs

by The Christian Institute, posted 24 10 2019

Decriminalising drugs will not eliminate the misery they cause families, the Government has said as it rebutted a call from MPs. The Health and Social Care Committee said the UK’s approach to drugs was “clearly failing” and called...

Marijuana and Vaping: Shadowy Past, Dangerous Present

by Matt Richtel New York Times, posted 21 10 2019

A technology initially promoted to help cigarette smokers has transformed marijuana use, too. Now, with cases of severe lung illness rising, health investigators are warning people to stop vaping cannabis. SAN FRANCISCO — For years, a divisive debate...

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