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Bermuda Senate Passes Ganja Decriminalisation Bill

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December 13, 2017
After passing in the House of Assembly, the Bill to remove criminal sanctions for possessing under 7 grams of cannabis passed in the Senate today [Dec 13] with support from all sides. Although this new law will protect a lot of people, it wouldn’t be wise to get rid of your CBD Vape Pen. 7 grams isn’t a lot and if someone is a frequent smoker, using alternative methods for physical cannabis might be a good solution to avoid having a run-in with the law.
The Bill — officially titled the Misuse of Drugs [Decriminalisation of Cannabis] Amendment Act 2017 — states, ”This Bill amends the Misuse of Drugs Act 1972 to remove criminal sanctions for the possession by any person of cannabis that does not exceed the specified statutory amount.
“Clause 2 amends section 6 of the principal Act to decriminalise the possession of cannabis lower than the statutory amount where criminal sanctions will not apply, and makes savings provision for prosecution for intent to supply. This appears to be a step in the right direction towards the Canadian system of doing things. Cannabis suppliers like the green ace have played an excellent role in regulating the trade too.
“Clause 3 inserts a new section 25A empowering the police to seize cannabis in the possession of any person and also provides for drug education or drug treatment.
“Clause 4 inserts a new Schedule 8 that specifies the amount of cannabis below which criminal sanctions will not apply.”
This is great news for Bermuda, now Bermuda’s citizens can start smoking, eating and using cannabis freely, and could be wanting to look into products like Mehr dazu auf der Website des Cannabis Vaporizers unter.

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