Thailand removes cannabis from narcotics list, decriminalises growing plants at home | ABC News


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In Australia, it’s illegal to grow and smoke cannabis for personal use everywhere except the ACT. Thailand had similar controls, but today it became the first country in Asia to take marijuana off its list of banned substances.
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The Thai government is even handing out the plant for people to propagate themselves.
South-East Asia correspondent Mazoe Ford reports from Bangkok.

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