ICSDP releases report to clear up misconceptions on cannabis | iNews880.

An Ipos Reid poll found 37 per cent of you support legalization, 33 per cent support decriminalization and 14 per cent support current laws. Earlier in the week, Harper said the majority of Canadians support his opposition to marijuana.

Dan Werb, Director of the ICSDP, says research shows cannabis is less dangerous than alcohol and there are proven medical benefits.

Werb, with the ICSDP, says the report shows claims like it being a gateway drug, being more addictive than heroin and legalization would increase use, are simply not based on any research or facts and change needs to happen…

Election 42 has brought marijuana legalization into the debate and the International Centre for Science in Drug Policy has released reports to clear up false cannabis claims.