Summary by Ground NewsPCCs will call for the drug to be put on a par with crack and cocaine. Maximum penalties for possession would increase from five to seven years. The maximum penalty for supplying cannabis would also see a big increase from 14 years in prison to a life jail sentence. There is growing evidence linking psychosis, mental ill health, cancer and birth defects to cannabis use.
Published 4 months ago · United Kingdom
UK police say cannabis just as harmful as 'crack and cocaine'
Cannabis should be upgraded to a class A drug because it causes the same harm as crack and cocaine, say police chiefs.A group of Conservative police and crime commissioners (PCCs) will next week call for the drug to be put on a...
4 months ago·Auckland, New ZealandRead Full Article
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