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  1. Cannabis smoking (or colloquially smoking pot) is the inhalation of smoke or vapor released by heating the flowers, leaves, or extracts of cannabis and releasing the main psychoactive chemical, Δ 9 - tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which is absorbed into the bloodstream via the lungs.

  2. Illegal. Legalization of cannabis was considered in several U.S. states in 2020. States considered likely to legalize it for recreational use included Arizona, Florida, New Jersey, New Mexico, and New York. At the beginning of 2020, 11 U.S. states had fully legalized cannabis, creating a "quasi post-Prohibition landscape" according to CNN.

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    Cannabis has been illegal in New Zealand since 1927. Historically, neither of the two biggest political parties in New Zealand, Labour or National have tried to decriminalise or legalise cannabis. The Green Party, which has advocated for drug law reform for many years,[when?] secured a commitment to hold a referendum after the 2017 election as part...

    In May 2020 the final legislation was made available and it was confirmed that the question put to voters would be:Do you support the proposed Cannabis Legalisation and Control Bill? The two options were: 1. "Yes, I support the proposed Cannabis Legalisation and Control Bill"and 2. "No, I do not support the proposed Cannabis Legalisation and Contro...

    Many polling organisations asked New Zealanders questions related to cannabis legislation. The results were inconsistent, with "different companies producing wildly different results".However, every poll showed a clear split along age lines. Voters aged 18 to 29, Green and Labour party supporters and Māori people were more likely to support cannabi...

    Leading up to the referendum, much media attention was paid to the upcoming vote, and to arguments for and against the legalisation of cannabis in New Zealand. Proponents of the bill focused largely on the inefficacy of prohibition, and the prevalence of black market cannabis in New Zealand, while opponents argued that the legislation would allow g...

    The rules regarding campaigning for the referendum were generally the same as for the general election. All advertisements had to carry a promoter statement, stating the name and physical address of the promoter. It was illegal to campaign on polling day, or within a 10-metre radius of an advance polling booth. During the regulated period, which ra...

    Official results for the general election and referendums were released on 6 November 2020. The number opposed to decriminalisation was 50.7% with 48.4% in favour. Preliminary results for the referendums were released by the Electoral Commission on 30 October 2020. Those results had 53.5% of people opposed to the legislation with 46.5% in support. ...

    Green Party MP Chlöe Swarbrick, a campaigner for drug reform, sarcastically told the winning No campaigners "Well done. It [cannabis] still exists" and said she would continue her fight for decriminalising cannabis.She labelled as hypocrites the majority of parliamentarians, who refused to publicly state they supported decriminalisation. After prel...

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  4. Cannabis concentrate (also called marijuana concentrate, marijuana extract, or cannabis extract) is a tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and/or cannabidiol (CBD) concentrated mass. Cannabis concentrates contain high THC levels that range from 40% to over 90%, [1] [2] stronger in THC content than high-grade marijuana, which normally measures around 20% ...

  5. Cannabis in India. A man smoking cannabis in Kolkata, India. Cannabis in India has been known to be used at least as early as 2000 BCE. In Indian society, common terms for cannabis preparations include charas (resin), ganja (flower), and bhang (seeds and leaves), with Indian drinks such as bhang lassi and bhang thandai made from bhang being one ...

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