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DOLPHINS CHEW FISH TO GET HIGH

30 December 2014

By Travis Gettys

Published on 31 December 2013  by encod
Experts have found evidence that young dolphins purposefully and carefully chew puffer fish to get high. The behavior was captured by filmmakers during the creation of the BBC One documentary series Dolphins: Spy in the Pod, which used spy cameras hidden in fake turtles, fish and squid to film more than 900 hours of the aquatic mammals in their natural habitat. Puffer fish release a toxin that can be deadly in larger amounts, but it can produce a narcotic effect in smaller doses. (...)

DRUGS AND DEMOCRACY
Published on 30 December 2013  by encod

BRITISH MAN JAILED IN MALTA FOR GROWING 5 CANNABIS PLANTS PETITIONS EUROPE

Source: The Guardian

26 december 2013

Published on 27 December 2013  by encod
The family of a British man serving 10 years in prison in Malta for cannabis offences is petitioning the European commission alleging "systemic discrimination" against non-Maltese offenders. Daniel Holmes, from south Wales, was convicted in 2011 five years after his arrest and the sentence was confirmed by appeal court judges in October. The case has fuelled a debate over the country’s drug laws, with the opera tenor Joseph Calleja joining protests at what he calls a disproportionate (...)


THANKS TO THE DRUG WARRIORS

Thanks, Drug Warriors, For Again Raiding the Most Responsible Operators

By Doug Fine

Published on 25 December 2013  by encod
I knew the kind of organization Michel Degens had formed in Mambo Social Club, Belgium’s now most prominent cannabis legalization experiment, before I even landed in Brussels for the start of the recent Too High to Fail European tour. I’d seen this pleasant phenomenon before while researching the best operators in California’s Emerald Triangle, who, like Michel, yearned to be legitimate taxpayers providing the world’s best sustainable-grown cannabis. Good people are easy to spot. In the case (...)

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The European Coalition for Just and Effective Drug Policies, is a pan-European network of currently 160 NGO’s and individual experts involved in the drug issue on a daily base. We are the European section of an International Coalition, which consists of more than 400 NGOs from around the world that have adhered to a Manifesto for Just and Effective Drug Policies (established in 1998). Among our members are organisations of cannabis and other drug users, of health workers, researchers, grassroot activists as well as companies.


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