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Department
Law & Society
Course
LY210
Professor
Patricia O' Reilly
Semester
Fall

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Role of Harm Oct 18, 2012 Week 6, Thursday discusses cannabis prohibition in canada looks at landmark case r v. Clay not being challenged on professional issue of harm or damage, but moral progress regarding decriminalization has been trivial ledane commission: created to investigate public debate of non medical use of weed repeal current laws for decriminalization, but not complete legalization decision would only affect canada's weed possession, not hard drugs found that law tends to be paternalistic to protect user and society even if drugs cause no harm bertrand: opposed decriminalization. Drugs netural substance, gov't at fault. Drug laws are abusive, and must be proportional to what they seek to prevent. Chris Clay london, ont sold weed seeds may 1995 arrested and charged with possession for trafficking clay had business for 2 years with no interference “why
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