Decriminalizing recreational drugs has been a popular topic around the world.
The legalization of substances like marijuana, particularly in the United States, has gradually reversed a century-old attitude.
Toward recreational marijuana usage, which was founded on racist and classist rhetoric.
While the United States is still working to decriminalize marijuana in all 50 states, other North American countries are enacting more progressive policies.
Small amounts of cocaine and MDMA will be completely decriminalized in one Canadian province.
This British Columbian province is wrapping up a three-year trial of a new drug law that allows those over the age of 18 to possess small amounts of cocaine.