Items tagged with denmark

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Injection room operator: Political indecision will cost lives [25.10.2011] The government’s indecision over plans to set up a permanent injection room for drug addicts may cost the lives of over 100 users, according to Micha ...
Opinion | Injection rooms save lives [13.10.2011] On Monday September 12 Denmark’s first mobile injection room made its maiden voyage, driving from Victoriagade to Reventlowsgade behind Central Stati ...
Mobile injection room rolls out [15.09.2011] Two out-of-service ambulances have been put back into service as mobile injection rooms for drug addicts in Copenhagen (Denmark). The vehicles will b ...
Diplomatic games to oppose lifting unjust ban on coca chewing [16.01.2011] According to the government of Bolivia, the only three countries that did file a formal objection to the amendment of Bolivia to abolish the ban on c ...
Jury still out on government’s hash crackdown [18.03.2010] It was exactly six years ago this week that police conducted their first full-scale raid on Pusher Street, the famed road in the city’s Christiania a ...
MP: Approval for city ‘coffee shop’ plan unlikely [15.01.2010] The Copenhagen City Council’s plan to set up shops selling cannabis as a way to remove the market from the control of gangs is not likely to be embra ...
Council may enter drug trade [24.09.2009] A City Council majority is backing a plan to legalise the sale of cannabis, which could see two thirds of the market taken away from criminal gangs. ...
City trying to ‘hash out’ pot issue [07.07.2009] A new Social Affairs Committee report on cannabis has recommended that the City Council seriously consider decriminalisation of the substance’s as be ...
Police crackdown on Christiania in Copenhagen [14.01.2009] A recent change in Danish cannabis control policy has had significant implications for the structure of the retail-level cannabis market in Copenhage ...
Danish cannabis policy in practice [01.01.2007] Danish drug policy has been reversed from liberal to more repressive, especially in 2003, when the Danish liberal-conservative government that had be ...

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