'The law is far from perfect, but it's a foot in the door on the way to full legalisation'.

A bill to decriminalise cannabis use passed was unanimously in its first reading in Israel‘s parliament.

The proposal would mean those caught smoking marijuana would be fined rather than arrested and prosecuted.

First-time offenders would be fined 1,000 shekels (£209), second-time offenders fined double and those caught a third time would face a “probation” period.

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Samuel Osborne ~ Independent.co.uk via 420Intel.com

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