By Cristina Hodgson • 17 February 2020 • 6:10
Photo of Teresa Ribera at the Cepsa plant in Tenerife.
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The medical cannabis industry is calling on the Spanish government for it’s legalisation.
As Euro Weekly News understands, cannabis used for medical purposes, could open the doors to an industry that would assist more than 200,000 people and generate 3 billion euros.
Cannabis continues to make headlines across Europe as new countries look to push forward medical cannabis programmes.
The Cannabis Europe conference serves to analyse the use of this substance as a drug and to call on governments to open up to its regulation.
Shortly after one of its editions in London, the United Kingdom approved its use.
Pioneering researchers and academics are overhauling the general population’s understanding of medical cannabis. Last week the industry met in Madrid, where it is believed that due to the seismic shift in public opinion occurring at a global scale resulting in progressive legislation, measures to legalise medical cannabis in Spain are being considered.
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