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Thailand recently decriminalised marijuana. But, according to the minister, you still can't smoke joints

Published On 10 Jun 2022 01:21 PM


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Thailand became the first country in Asia to decriminalise cannabis on Thursday, but the minister who championed the reform said that people who use the drug to get high will still face harsh consequences.

Thai Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul told CNN ahead of the move that he expects legal cannabis production to improve the economy, but that recreational use of the drug will remain prohibited.

Anutin, who is also a dep....


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