By EMILY LEDGER
The USA candidacy campaign is well underway, with votes from Super Tuesday (the biggest day of voting for the Democratic Primary elections) freshly counted. US Presidential elections are a big deal, with candidates’ campaigns stretching out for almost a year prior to the final election. This year is no different – and one of the most talked-about factors? The candidates’ cannabis policy.
The failed war on drugs has affected millions of people in the USA – disproportionately populations of colour. So, it is no surprise that drug policy is a subject close to the hearts of many Americans. With that in mind, we’re taking a look at the frontrunners’ positions on Cannabis (and other drugs).