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New UNSW research is looking at the decriminalization of Cannabis in the ACT for guidance on successful drug policy. Leave a comment

In 2018, the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) made history as the first region in Australia to legalize cannabis. This significant development was achieved through the passage of the Drugs of Dependence (Personal Cannabis Use) Amendment Bill. The bill allows residents to possess a small amount of cannabis and officially came into effect over a year ago, on January 31st, 2020.

Following its legalization, the ACT has not encountered any severe repercussions, prompting numerous researchers and policymakers to regard it as a model for effective drug policy.


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Our deep love of plants and fascination with Cannabis has enabled over 25 years of successful small-scale Marijuana cultivation from indoor hydroponics, greenhouses, and outdoor growing set-ups.

As Cannabis laws around the world change, *we support the movement toward freedom of choice for responsible, consenting adults who wish to experience the joy and wonder of growing a Cannabis plant.

*All info is for entertainment purposes only.  We do not condone illegal growing of Cannabis.   Consult your state laws accordingly. 

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