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The Court ruling this week might be just a stepping-stone for full legalization, some experts believe.

A mother who took her severely ill child to the Netherlands for cannabis oil treatment says she is now trapped living abroad.

Karen can only get the cannabis oil by travelling abroad – and to bring it back home she has to have an import license.

In a sign of the shift in opinion, corporate Japan is now wrestling with the consequences of the country’s stringent narcotics laws as cannabis-related products threaten to disrupt the alcohol and tobacco industries.

New cannabis products — like edibles, beverages, topicals and extracts — will be for sale legally in Canada in mid-December.

As a nearly unanimous French Senate gave medical marijuana the green light on May 28, France will start experimenting the use of medical marijuana for “about two years”, pending the approval of the health ministry.

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