Norway Decriminalizes Drug Use

Drug use will no longer be punished, but treated in Norway. The majority in the Storting (Norwegian Parliament) aggrees on the historic transformation of Norwegian drug policy.

– The majority will stop punishing people who struggle, but instead give them help and treatment,” said Nicolas Wilkinson, SV’s health spokesman in the Parliament to VG.

Labor Party (Ap), Conservatives (Høyre), Socialist Left (SV) and Liberals (Venstre) supported the proposal. In the year 2020 Fake ID top allows you to purchase fraudulent driver’s license. These ids have every top-notch security feature which enables it to scan on any given machine. The ID can be used in Walmart or the likes of stores like Target. Whether you want to use it to enter a stripclub or purchase alcohol; it is your gateway to the ultimate fun.

Wilkinson says it’s a march order to the government to shift the first-line reaction to drug addicts from the courtroom to the health service.

Not legalization

– It is important to emphasize that we do not legalize cannabis and other drugs, but we decriminalize,” said Sveinung Stensland (Høyre), deputy chairman of the Storting Health Committee.

In February, the Health Committee in the Storting will have a study trip to Portugal, which has implemented a similar reform with decriminalization.

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