The Null Device

A government commission in Jamaica has recommended legalising marijuana. The National Commission for Ganja (now there's a name for a band) has said that the righteous herb's "reputation among the people as a panacea and a spiritually enhancing substance is so strong that it must be regarded as culturally entrenched". Peter Tosh would be proud. However, the ink on the report was still warm when the US embassy issued a stern warning that any moves to legalisation would have grievious consequences for Jamaica, so it's not going to happen (or if it does, the CIA-backed administration that replaces the government will overturn it).

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