A new report conducted by the Institute for Social and Economic Research has found that cannabis legalization in the United Kingdom could bring in at least £1.25 billion (roughly $1.6 billion) annually in the U.K., including £300 million being saved from reduced enforcement costs. According to Professor David Nutt, director of the neuropsychopharmacology unit at …
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