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How To Regulate Cannabis In Britain - The CLEAR Plan V 2.0
To minimise all health and social harms of cannabis, particularly the involvement of organised crime; To protect children and the vulnerable through age restrictions, responsible retailing, health education and information; To maximise the therapeutic and medicinal benefits of cannabis; to promote quality, safety and the development of cannabinoid science.
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Protect and Regulate
Prohibition provides no protection for anyone, particularly not for children. It is easier for them to obtain cannabis than to get hold of cigarettes or alcohol. The only ID that a street dealer asks for is a £20 note.
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Tobacco Free Cannabis Use
The biggest health risk cannabis users face comes not from cannabis, but from tobacco
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Cannabis Farms
Human trafficking, theft of electricity, destruction of homes, hijacking of neighbourhoods by violent gangs. This is the reality of organised crime cannabis farms.
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Is Cannabis Harmful?
The only meaningful way to answer this question is to compare cannabis with other substances
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Medicinal Cannabis
There is now overwhelming evidence of the efficacy of medicinal cannabis in hundreds of peer reviewed, published scientific papers. Extraordinary results are being achieved in the treatment of MS, Crohn's, cancer, Alzheimer's, epilepsy, spinal injury, pain, PTSD, depression...
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Does Cannabis Make You Mad?
What is the truth behind the scare story headlines? If there is a problem, has prohibition caused it and how could cannabis law reform help?
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Exposing Synthetic Cannabinoid Receptor Agonists
A CLEAR awareness campaign against so called “synthetic cannabis” or “Legal Highs”.
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