Feds Poll On New Drug Laws

The Privy Council Office quietly paid researchers to poll Canadians on decriminalizing narcotics, records show. Findings of focus group surveys were delivered to cabinet aides only weeks before Mental Health Minister Dr. Carolyn Bennett announced the partial lifting of a 1911 criminal ban on simple possession of cocaine in British Columbia: “There were some concerns raised about moving in this direction.”

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