It’s every stoner’s nightmare: marijuana plants as far as the eye can see and not a spliff in sight.
Italy is about to begin a national debate about legalizing marijuana, and one senior official is promising that, should the country forge ahead in regulating and taxing pot, it could be a blow to the Islamic State and the mafia at the same time.
Don’t call it marijuana ice cream: It’s cannabis creme gelato.
Cannabis is going global fast – Italy’s Parliament just voted for a legalized, regulated cannabis market, Denmark’s youth is consuming cannabis in droves but it’s no gateway, and the United Kingdom just reached a record high number of supporters for legalization in the isles.
Italy may well be on its way to becoming the largest country in Europe to legalize marijuana.
The Italian army has unveiled its first cannabis farm, which has been established to drive down the cost of medical marijuana in the country.
An "all-party" effort to legalize marijuana is now underway in the Italian parliament.
Italy's constitutional court on Wednesday struck down a drug law that tripled sentences for selling, cultivating or possessing cannabis and which has been blamed for causing prison overcrowding.
Document of Latin Judges on public policy in the area of drugs and human rights
Ferderal counterparts dragging their heels