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Poll: 64% of those in New Zealand Support Legalizing or Decriminalizing Cannabis

According to a new poll commissioned by the┬áNew Zealand Drug Foundation (NZDF), a strong majority of those in New Zealand support either legalizing or decriminalizing cannabis. According to the poll, 33% of New Zealanders believe cannabis should be legal, with 31% believing it should be decriminalized. Just 34% – or roughly 1 in 3 – …

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Majority of Those in New Zealand Favor Cannabis Law Reform

A new Herald–DigiPoll survey has found that a majority of those in New Zealand favor either the decriminalization of cannabis, or its outright legalization. According to the poll, just 45% of New Zealand residents favor keeping cannabis illegal. Approximately 32% favor decriminalizing cannabis, and an additional 20% favor its full legalization. In total, 52% of …

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The Top 10 Cannabis Consuming Countries

The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime recently released its annual World Drug Report, which provides a detailed analysis of drug trafficking and usage rates throughout the world. Using data from this report, we’ve compiled a list of the top 10 countries that use cannabis the most, based on the percentage of the country’s …

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Cannabis Museum to Open Soon in New Zealand

A cannabis museum, displaying the history of cannabis and cannabis activism in New Zealand, will officially open on October 6th in Dunedin, kicking off Cannabis Awareness Week. The museum is a collaboration between the Aotearoa Legalise Cannabis Party, and Otaga NORML. The museum will consist of numerous displays designed to educate visitors on various aspects …

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