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Seven In Ten (66%) Canadians Support Decriminalization of Marijuana in Small Amounts

Support for Decriminalization Increases Dramatically Over the Past 25 Years, Rising from just 39% in 1987

Monday, July 02, 2012

Toronto, ON – A new poll finds that a majority of (66%) Canadians ‘support’ (32% strongly/34% somewhat) action that would see ‘the position of marijuana in small amounts decriminalized so that it no longer carries a penalty or fine’, according to the 5th instalment of a special series examining Canadian values, icons and culture...

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Seven In Ten (66%) Canadians Support Decriminalization of Marijuana in Small Amounts


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