Turning New Zealand’s black market cannabis economy green | Stuff.co.nz

This are the examples we need to convince all the governements of the world to follow suit and legalise, regulate ,educateWhat happens to the economy, the criminal gangs, the growers and the dealers when an illicit drug is legalised?Whatever form it takes, legalisation is likely to mean the use, production, sale and supply of cannabis is allowed with restrictions.

As with tobacco or alcohol, age and point of sale restrictions still leaves room for a black market to continue with supply to underage users.Trying to gauge the size of the black economy is difficult; almost as hard as trying to paint a picture of a green economy if cannabis were decriminalised or legalised.

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