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Legalize it! / Legalizirajmo.si
19.04.2017 10:00
Prohibition doesn't work

The current regime related to the growing and consuming of cannabis in Slovenia has, due to its repressive nature, more negative than positive effects. At the same time, the economic potential of this indigenous Slovenian plant remains almost entirely untapped.

Exploit the possibilities offered by cannabis

The main goal behind our model of complete legalization and regulation of cannabis is to enable a free and safe use of cannabis products for medicinal, industrial, and recreational purposes.

Petition update - message forwarded by the Slovenian Pirate Party (Piratska stranka):

"Over 5.500 signatures collected. The petition continues until the end of the month!"

"Dear signatories, you have exceeded our most optimistic expectations. With your support, we have been able to collect more than five thousand signatures. It is quite obvious that the legalization and regulation of cannabis has become the topic of the day for all of us.

The signatures were to be collected by the end of April, but we must admit, the incredible response has caught even ourselves by surprise. Due to an exceptional interest expressed on the matter, we decided to raise the goal of the petition to 15 thousand signatures."  

https://legalizirajmo.si/

The petition "Legalizirajmo.si" (Legalize it!) is available at:
http://yc22.r.a.d.sendibm1.com/rr8d4009g3f.html



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