Currently, there are no fully legal adult-use cannabis countries in Europe, but Luxembourg is moving forward. The only two countries that have legalized cannabis for adult use are Uruguay and Canada.
With that being said, there are already countries in Europe that are quasi-legal, such as in Switzerland where low-THC cannabis is...
"The farmers' market could be the perfect place for that type of product to be sold in a safe and controlled environment," Justin Cantafio, executive director of Farmers' Markets of Nova Scotia, recently told CBC.
The NFL historically enforced harsh punishments for marijuana use. Their newly updated policy may encourage other leagues to follow suit, opening doors for more athletes to use the substance without fear of repercussion.
The United Kingdom’s medical cannabis policy changed in 2018 to allow medical cannabis prescriptions for situations involving "exceptional clinical need." According to a recent interview with BBC, some patients are paying up to £2,000 a month for medical cannabis therapies.
"What about the children?" is one of the biggest rallying cries and talking points for cannabis prohibitionists, and that’s been the case for many decades.
Prohibitionists have tried very hard over a long period of time to spread cannabis scare-tactic messaging regarding youth. Unfortunately, it worked for many years.