Regulating cannabis: The right way to do drugs
- Air travel in Africa is needlessly hard and costly.
- Africa is ripe for air travel.
- The government represses the industry at home while helping it to sell abroad
- The government is rebuilding its discredited statistics institute
- The argument for the legalisation of cannabis has been won.
IT IS like a hash-induced hallucination: row upon row of lush, budding plants, tended by white-coated technicians who are bothered by the authorities only when it is time to pay their taxes. Cannabis once grew in secret, traded by murderous cartels and smoked by consumers who risked jail.
@TheEconomist: A new commission report calls for the decriminalisation of drugs. But how should we regulate them? #econarchive
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