Regulating Cannabis Social Clubs: A comparative analysis of legal and self-regulatory practices in Spain, Belgium and Uruguay.
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The legal framework and the self-regulatory practices of Cannabis Social Clubs in three countries (Spain, Belgium, and Uruguay) are described and compared to contribute to the understanding of the model, which has to some extent been shaped by theSelf-Regulatory efforts of those involved on the ground. Expand
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Focusing on days of use instead of prevalence shows substantially greater increases in U.S. cannabis use in recent years, suggesting consumption is even more skewed toward the minority of heavy users than is suggested by days-of-use calculations. Expand
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