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Israeli Cabinet approves decriminalization of marijuana

By: Soft Secrets, March 7, 2017

The Israeli Cabinet approved the decriminalize of marijuana, calling for fines instead of criminal penalties, Israel’s public security minister announced.

Under rules approved Sunday, marijuana possession will remain illegal, but first-time offenders found with marijuana in public will face a $270 fine. Fines will increase until a fourth offense, when criminal charges will be filed……

Source: UPI

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