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11/09/2018 - 5:15pm
Borderline - The Unhinged Truth About the Drug War | Part III
(Bolivia, Colombia, Iran, Mexico, Nicaragua, United States, Intellectual Property, Security) Part III begins with the collapse of the Somoza regime in Nicaragua and the creation of the world's biggest illicit drug market in the United States via Iran-Contra by elements of America's deep state. The policies and strategies employed by the military-industrial complex are then revealed in detail, as the political discourse of "national security" was continually used by both the Department of Defense and large U.S. multinational firms to impose hegemonic designs on Latin America and the world, with pharma giant Pfizer leading the way on the corporate front, and U.S. Southern Command (Southcom) assuming the lead role on the military front. Cast: Deep City Chronicles Tags: Southcom , Drugs , Drug War , War on Drugs , Mexico , Colombia , Nicaragua , Cocaine , FARC , Cocaleros , Bolivia , Pfizer , Big Pharma , Crop Eradication , Immigration , Donald Trump , Reagan , IP , GATT and Intellectual Property
https://vimeo.com/299973237
11/09/2018 - 5:15pm
Borderline - The Unhinged Truth About the Drug War | Part III
(Bolivia, Colombia, Iran, Mexico, Nicaragua, United States, Intellectual Property, Security) Part III begins with the collapse of the Somoza regime in Nicaragua and the creation of the world's biggest illicit drug market in the United States via Iran-Contra by elements of America's deep state. The policies and strategies employed by the military-industrial complex are then revealed in detail, as the political discourse of "national security" was continually used by both the Department of Defense and large U.S. multinational firms to impose hegemonic designs on Latin America and the world, with pharma giant Pfizer leading the way on the corporate front, and U.S. Southern Command (Southcom) assuming the lead role on the military front. Cast: Deep City Chronicles Tags: Southcom , Drugs , Drug War , War on Drugs , Mexico , Colombia , Nicaragua , Cocaine , FARC , Cocaleros , Bolivia , Pfizer , Big Pharma , Crop Eradication , Immigration , Donald Trump , Reagan , IP , GATT and Intellectual Property
https://vimeo.com/299973237
11/09/2018 - 5:15pm
Borderline - The Unhinged Truth About the Drug War | Part III
(Bolivia, Colombia, Iran, Mexico, Nicaragua, United States, Intellectual Property, Security) Part III begins with the collapse of the Somoza regime in Nicaragua and the creation of the world's biggest illicit drug market in the United States via Iran-Contra by elements of America's deep state. The policies and strategies employed by the military-industrial complex are then revealed in detail, as the political discourse of "national security" was continually used by both the Department of Defense and large U.S. multinational firms to impose hegemonic designs on Latin America and the world, with pharma giant Pfizer leading the way on the corporate front, and U.S. Southern Command (Southcom) assuming the lead role on the military front. Cast: Deep City Chronicles Tags: Southcom , Drugs , Drug War , War on Drugs , Mexico , Colombia , Nicaragua , Cocaine , FARC , Cocaleros , Bolivia , Pfizer , Big Pharma , Crop Eradication , Immigration , Donald Trump , Reagan , IP , GATT and Intellectual Property
https://vimeo.com/299973237
11/09/2018 - 5:15pm
Borderline - The Unhinged Truth About the Drug War | Part III
(Bolivia, Colombia, Iran, Mexico, Nicaragua, United States, Intellectual Property, Security) Part III begins with the collapse of the Somoza regime in Nicaragua and the creation of the world's biggest illicit drug market in the United States via Iran-Contra by elements of America's deep state. The policies and strategies employed by the military-industrial complex are then revealed in detail, as the political discourse of "national security" was continually used by both the Department of Defense and large U.S. multinational firms to impose hegemonic designs on Latin America and the world, with pharma giant Pfizer leading the way on the corporate front, and U.S. Southern Command (Southcom) assuming the lead role on the military front. Cast: Deep City Chronicles Tags: Southcom , Drugs , Drug War , War on Drugs , Mexico , Colombia , Nicaragua , Cocaine , FARC , Cocaleros , Bolivia , Pfizer , Big Pharma , Crop Eradication , Immigration , Donald Trump , Reagan , IP , GATT and Intellectual Property
https://vimeo.com/299973237
11/09/2018 - 5:15pm
Borderline - The Unhinged Truth About the Drug War | Part III
(Bolivia, Colombia, Iran, Mexico, Nicaragua, United States, Intellectual Property, Security) Part III begins with the collapse of the Somoza regime in Nicaragua and the creation of the world's biggest illicit drug market in the United States via Iran-Contra by elements of America's deep state. The policies and strategies employed by the military-industrial complex are then revealed in detail, as the political discourse of "national security" was continually used by both the Department of Defense and large U.S. multinational firms to impose hegemonic designs on Latin America and the world, with pharma giant Pfizer leading the way on the corporate front, and U.S. Southern Command (Southcom) assuming the lead role on the military front. Cast: Deep City Chronicles Tags: Southcom , Drugs , Drug War , War on Drugs , Mexico , Colombia , Nicaragua , Cocaine , FARC , Cocaleros , Bolivia , Pfizer , Big Pharma , Crop Eradication , Immigration , Donald Trump , Reagan , IP , GATT and Intellectual Property
https://vimeo.com/299973237
11/09/2018 - 5:15pm
Borderline - The Unhinged Truth About the Drug War | Part III
(Bolivia, Colombia, Iran, Mexico, Nicaragua, United States, Intellectual Property, Security) Part III begins with the collapse of the Somoza regime in Nicaragua and the creation of the world's biggest illicit drug market in the United States via Iran-Contra by elements of America's deep state. The policies and strategies employed by the military-industrial complex are then revealed in detail, as the political discourse of "national security" was continually used by both the Department of Defense and large U.S. multinational firms to impose hegemonic designs on Latin America and the world, with pharma giant Pfizer leading the way on the corporate front, and U.S. Southern Command (Southcom) assuming the lead role on the military front. Cast: Deep City Chronicles Tags: Southcom , Drugs , Drug War , War on Drugs , Mexico , Colombia , Nicaragua , Cocaine , FARC , Cocaleros , Bolivia , Pfizer , Big Pharma , Crop Eradication , Immigration , Donald Trump , Reagan , IP , GATT and Intellectual Property
https://vimeo.com/299973237
05/04/2017 - 1:15pm
Should Canada Take Advice From Bolivia on Leaving UN Drug Treaties?
(Bolivia, Canada, Cannabis) Now, in 2017, Canada faces a similar challenge with the upcoming legalization of adult-use marijuana. The Great White North is party to the same UN ...
https://www.marijuana.com/news/2017/05/should-canada-take-advice-from-bolivia-on...
05/04/2017 - 1:15pm
Should Canada Take Advice From Bolivia on Leaving UN Drug Treaties?
(Bolivia, Canada, Cannabis) Now, in 2017, Canada faces a similar challenge with the upcoming legalization of adult-use marijuana. The Great White North is party to the same UN ...
https://www.marijuana.com/news/2017/05/should-canada-take-advice-from-bolivia-on...
02/27/2017 - 1:11pm
People in Latin America are starting to turn against outlawing marijuana - Business Insider
(Bolivia, Cannabis, El Salvador, Mexico, Peru) Business Insider People in Latin America are starting to turn against outlawing marijuana Business Insidermexico drugs marijuana A soldier guards marijuana that is being incinerated in Tijuana, Mexico. AP. "Countries fall into three groups: Peru, Bolivia and El Salvador are the most conservative countries on drug policy and perceptions of risks of cannabis ... and more »
http://www.businessinsider.com/latin-america-attitudes-toward-legal-decriminaliz...
02/27/2017 - 1:11pm
People in Latin America are starting to turn against outlawing marijuana - Business Insider
(Bolivia, Cannabis, El Salvador, Mexico, Peru) Business Insider People in Latin America are starting to turn against outlawing marijuana Business Insidermexico drugs marijuana A soldier guards marijuana that is being incinerated in Tijuana, Mexico. AP. "Countries fall into three groups: Peru, Bolivia and El Salvador are the most conservative countries on drug policy and perceptions of risks of cannabis ... and more »
http://www.businessinsider.com/latin-america-attitudes-toward-legal-decriminaliz...
02/27/2017 - 1:11pm
People in Latin America are starting to turn against outlawing marijuana - Business Insider
(Bolivia, Cannabis, El Salvador, Mexico, Peru) Business Insider People in Latin America are starting to turn against outlawing marijuana Business Insidermexico drugs marijuana A soldier guards marijuana that is being incinerated in Tijuana, Mexico. AP. "Countries fall into three groups: Peru, Bolivia and El Salvador are the most conservative countries on drug policy and perceptions of risks of cannabis ... and more »
http://www.businessinsider.com/latin-america-attitudes-toward-legal-decriminaliz...
02/27/2017 - 1:11pm
People in Latin America are starting to turn against outlawing marijuana - Business Insider
(Bolivia, Cannabis, El Salvador, Mexico, Peru) Business Insider People in Latin America are starting to turn against outlawing marijuana Business Insidermexico drugs marijuana A soldier guards marijuana that is being incinerated in Tijuana, Mexico. AP. "Countries fall into three groups: Peru, Bolivia and El Salvador are the most conservative countries on drug policy and perceptions of risks of cannabis ... and more »
http://www.businessinsider.com/latin-america-attitudes-toward-legal-decriminaliz...
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
https://sensiseeds.com/en/blog/cannabis-legalisation-tipping-point/
10/19/2016 - 12:00pm
GW Pharmaceuticals plc GWPH
Cannabis legalisation – are we at the tipping point?
(Alaska, Argentina, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, California, Canada, Cannabis, Chile, Colombia, Colorado, Czech Republic, Denmark, Development, Distribution, Ecuador, Events, Finland, Florida, Germany, Growing, GW Pharmaceuticals plc, GWPH, Hemp, Italy, Maine, Massachusetts, Media, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevada, Norway, Oregon, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Products, Romania, Science, Spain, Sweden, United States, Uruguay, Washington, Cultivation) In 1971, US president Nixon declared war on drugs. This is frequently seen as the official starting point of the impossible struggle against everything and anything to do with drugs, including cannabis. The War on Drugs has failed In fact, the drug war began far earlier. In 1914 the first federal US law forbidding the trade and use of specific drugs came into effect. 1928 saw the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1925 come in to force in most countries in the world. In 1930 the forerunner of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was founded, and in 1937 the infamous Marihuana Tax Act – the first US law forbidding cannabis use – was passed. In 1961 came the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This agreement, under the leadership of the US, aimed to fight drugs on a global scale. Nixon’s declaration of war in 1971 was an acceleration of hostilities, not their beginning. Fortunately, more and more countries are reversing their opinion. The war has cost much and achieved little. In Mexico, the...
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10/13/2016 - 5:22am
Violeta Ayala: Bolivia le pide a USA que erradique las uvas
(Alcohol, Bolivia, California, Cannabis, News, United States) Pisando uvas para hacer vino en California, USA. Uno de los aciertos más grandes del gobierno de Evo Morales, fue el de expulsar a la DEA de Boliv... Read more: Cocaina , Narcotrafico , Vino , Alcohol , Guerra Contra El Narcotrafico , Bolivia , Evo Morales , Cocaleros , Heroina , Cannabis , Cerveza , Tabaco , Acullico , Hojas De Coca , Latino Voices News
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/violeta-ayala/bolivia-le-pide-a-usa-que_b_12468826...
10/13/2016 - 5:22am
Violeta Ayala: Bolivia le pide a USA que erradique las uvas
(Alcohol, Bolivia, California, Cannabis, News, United States) Pisando uvas para hacer vino en California, USA. Uno de los aciertos más grandes del gobierno de Evo Morales, fue el de expulsar a la DEA de Boliv... Read more: Cocaina , Narcotrafico , Vino , Alcohol , Guerra Contra El Narcotrafico , Bolivia , Evo Morales , Cocaleros , Heroina , Cannabis , Cerveza , Tabaco , Acullico , Hojas De Coca , Latino Voices News
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/violeta-ayala/bolivia-le-pide-a-usa-que_b_12468826...
11/11/2013 - 3:34pm
Phil Smith Receives Edward M Brecher Award for Achievement
(Afghanistan, Bolivia, California, Cannabis, Colorado, Media, Mexico, News, Peru, United States, Washington, Washington DC) Phil Smith Receives Edward M Brecher Award for Achievement The Edward M. Brecher Award for Achievement in the Field of Media has been awarded to Phil Smith. This award honors those who have produced the highest quality of journalistic coverage of drug policy and other drug issues. In 2013 the award goes to Phil Smith. Phil Smith has written more on the war on drugs than anyone else in the United States, if not the world. He has served as writer and editor of the Drug War Chronicle newsletter since May 2000, where he has turned out 6,500 hundred separate articles and 1,500 feature stories. He was the first to break the news about California's then-Governor Schwarzenegger signing a marijuana decriminalization bill as well as many other notable drug policy headlines. He has reported from the opium fields of Afghanistan and the coca fields of Bolivia and Peru, as well as the U.S.-Mexico border and the mean streets of North American cities from Vancouver to Washington, DC. He was awarded...
11/11/2013 - 3:34pm
Phil Smith Receives Edward M Brecher Award for Achievement
(Afghanistan, Bolivia, California, Cannabis, Colorado, Media, Mexico, News, Peru, United States, Washington, Washington DC) Phil Smith Receives Edward M Brecher Award for Achievement The Edward M. Brecher Award for Achievement in the Field of Media has been awarded to Phil Smith. This award honors those who have produced the highest quality of journalistic coverage of drug policy and other drug issues. In 2013 the award goes to Phil Smith. Phil Smith has written more on the war on drugs than anyone else in the United States, if not the world. He has served as writer and editor of the Drug War Chronicle newsletter since May 2000, where he has turned out 6,500 hundred separate articles and 1,500 feature stories. He was the first to break the news about California's then-Governor Schwarzenegger signing a marijuana decriminalization bill as well as many other notable drug policy headlines. He has reported from the opium fields of Afghanistan and the coca fields of Bolivia and Peru, as well as the U.S.-Mexico border and the mean streets of North American cities from Vancouver to Washington, DC. He was awarded...
11/11/2013 - 3:34pm
Phil Smith Receives Edward M Brecher Award for Achievement
(Afghanistan, Bolivia, California, Cannabis, Colorado, Media, Mexico, News, Peru, United States, Washington, Washington DC) Phil Smith Receives Edward M Brecher Award for Achievement The Edward M. Brecher Award for Achievement in the Field of Media has been awarded to Phil Smith. This award honors those who have produced the highest quality of journalistic coverage of drug policy and other drug issues. In 2013 the award goes to Phil Smith. Phil Smith has written more on the war on drugs than anyone else in the United States, if not the world. He has served as writer and editor of the Drug War Chronicle newsletter since May 2000, where he has turned out 6,500 hundred separate articles and 1,500 feature stories. He was the first to break the news about California's then-Governor Schwarzenegger signing a marijuana decriminalization bill as well as many other notable drug policy headlines. He has reported from the opium fields of Afghanistan and the coca fields of Bolivia and Peru, as well as the U.S.-Mexico border and the mean streets of North American cities from Vancouver to Washington, DC. He was awarded...
11/11/2013 - 3:34pm
Phil Smith Receives Edward M Brecher Award for Achievement
(Afghanistan, Bolivia, California, Cannabis, Colorado, Media, Mexico, News, Peru, United States, Washington, Washington DC) Phil Smith Receives Edward M Brecher Award for Achievement The Edward M. Brecher Award for Achievement in the Field of Media has been awarded to Phil Smith. This award honors those who have produced the highest quality of journalistic coverage of drug policy and other drug issues. In 2013 the award goes to Phil Smith. Phil Smith has written more on the war on drugs than anyone else in the United States, if not the world. He has served as writer and editor of the Drug War Chronicle newsletter since May 2000, where he has turned out 6,500 hundred separate articles and 1,500 feature stories. He was the first to break the news about California's then-Governor Schwarzenegger signing a marijuana decriminalization bill as well as many other notable drug policy headlines. He has reported from the opium fields of Afghanistan and the coca fields of Bolivia and Peru, as well as the U.S.-Mexico border and the mean streets of North American cities from Vancouver to Washington, DC. He was awarded...
11/11/2013 - 3:34pm
Phil Smith Receives Edward M Brecher Award for Achievement
(Afghanistan, Bolivia, California, Cannabis, Colorado, Media, Mexico, News, Peru, United States, Washington, Washington DC) Phil Smith Receives Edward M Brecher Award for Achievement The Edward M. Brecher Award for Achievement in the Field of Media has been awarded to Phil Smith. This award honors those who have produced the highest quality of journalistic coverage of drug policy and other drug issues. In 2013 the award goes to Phil Smith. Phil Smith has written more on the war on drugs than anyone else in the United States, if not the world. He has served as writer and editor of the Drug War Chronicle newsletter since May 2000, where he has turned out 6,500 hundred separate articles and 1,500 feature stories. He was the first to break the news about California's then-Governor Schwarzenegger signing a marijuana decriminalization bill as well as many other notable drug policy headlines. He has reported from the opium fields of Afghanistan and the coca fields of Bolivia and Peru, as well as the U.S.-Mexico border and the mean streets of North American cities from Vancouver to Washington, DC. He was awarded...