Kentucky Governor Still Suffering from Reefer Madness
FRANKFORT, Ky. – Gov. Matt Bevin said that he will never allow recreational marijuana to be legalized in Kentucky, so long as he is the governor. The governor of Kentucky used Colorado’s increase in pot-related ER visits as the reason that he is opposed to recreational marijuana, saying that the hospitals are overwhelmed. People are indulging in edibles and end up overdosing.
Several weeks ago, a Kentucky senator announced his support for recreational pot. Sen. Dan Seum, R-Fairdale, said that Kentucky could use the profits from marijuana taxes to pay out pensions, which is expected to be short $200 million for next year.
Those who are opposed to legalizing recreational marijuana cautioned state legislatures last week about their concerns. Richard Sanders, who is the Kentucky State Police Commissioner, said that legalization won’t supersede the black market, despite evidenceto the contrary. He added that it was a myth and that he wasn’t willing to forgo his grandchildren’s futures for his pension.
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Greek Official Calls for Marijuana Legalization
On Greek TV, a Greek official calls for marijuana legalization for recreational purposes. The official in question is Yiannis Tsironis. He’s the Deputy Minister for Agriculture, originating from Greece’s Green Party. Yeah, we figured as much.
THE GREEN IN GREECE
Like many other countries, our own included, Greek federal policy outlaws cannabis.
Despite the country’s history of producing hashish, authorities officially criminalized the plant in 1890. Although the cultivation and possession of hashish were illegal, Greek citizens continued to use it. Particularly after the first World War. Greek soldiers, as well as refugees from other countries, used cannabis. The prohibition was not particularly forceful or effective at that point.
Although cannabis (and other drugs) is still illegal in Greece, lawmakers have eased the policies regarding it.
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