Cannabis the third way

Firstly, I appeal to the moderators to acknowledge the fundamental differences between this approach and the thread that hosts the debate on licensed trade.  I am trying to suggest a 'brown paper bag' compromise from which everyone benefits, albeit a little and harm is minimised.

Please don't just lock and link  :?)

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Put simply legalise possession and cultivation for personal use. The offence being focussed on the exchange of money.

Cultivation is the key, take the money and passing trade out of the industry, by allowing users to grow their own. Alongside continued policing of the black market.

Why is this idea important?

Firstly, I appeal to the moderators to acknowledge the fundamental differences between this approach and the thread that hosts the debate on licensed trade.  I am trying to suggest a 'brown paper bag' compromise from which everyone benefits, albeit a little and harm is minimised.

Please don't just lock and link  :?)

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Put simply legalise possession and cultivation for personal use. The offence being focussed on the exchange of money.

Cultivation is the key, take the money and passing trade out of the industry, by allowing users to grow their own. Alongside continued policing of the black market.

Photography is not a crime

Repeal the discretionary powers for an officer to arrest photographers. 

Any real harm to be done with a camera is already covered by 'materials useful to terrorism' or espionage legislation.

Why is this idea important?

Repeal the discretionary powers for an officer to arrest photographers. 

Any real harm to be done with a camera is already covered by 'materials useful to terrorism' or espionage legislation.

Open the microgeneration market

Abolish the quango which administers the MCS (Microgeneration certification scheme) as this limits the number of products and installers that can be used in conjunction with a feed-in tariff.

This serves only to skew the marketplace for new entrants by creating an artificial  price differential between certified and non certified products with identical specifications.

 

 

Why is this idea important?

Abolish the quango which administers the MCS (Microgeneration certification scheme) as this limits the number of products and installers that can be used in conjunction with a feed-in tariff.

This serves only to skew the marketplace for new entrants by creating an artificial  price differential between certified and non certified products with identical specifications.