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}}</ref> On 10 December 2013, Uruguay became the first country in the world to legalize the sale, cultivation, and distribution of cannabis.<ref name=reuters>{{cite news|last=Llambias|first=Felipe|title=Uruguay becomes first country to legalize marijuana trade|url=http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/12/11/us-uruguay-marijuana-vote-idUSBRE9BA01520131211|accessdate=11 December 2013|agency=[[Reuters]]|date=11 December 2013}}</ref>
 
}}</ref> On 10 December 2013, Uruguay became the first country in the world to legalize the sale, cultivation, and distribution of cannabis.<ref name=reuters>{{cite news|last=Llambias|first=Felipe|title=Uruguay becomes first country to legalize marijuana trade|url=http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/12/11/us-uruguay-marijuana-vote-idUSBRE9BA01520131211|accessdate=11 December 2013|agency=[[Reuters]]|date=11 December 2013}}</ref>
   
The [[Medical cannabis|medicinal use of cannabis]] is legal in a number of countries, including [[Canada]], the [[Czech Republic]] and [[Israel]]. While federal law in the [[Cannabis in the United States|United States]] bans all sale and possession of cannabis, enforcement varies widely at the state level and some states have established medicinal marijuana programs that contradict federal law—Colorado and Washington have repealed their laws prohibiting the recreational use of cannabis, and have instated a regulatory regime that is contrary to federal statutes.<ref name="David" /><ref name="Jon">{{cite news|title=Marijuana waste helps turn pot-eating pigs into tasty pork roast|url=http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/05/20/us-usa-marijuana-pigs-idUSBRE94J0PL20130520|accessdate=29 May 2013|newspaper=Reuters|date=20 May 2013|author=Jonathan Kaminsky}}</ref>
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Some countries have laws that are not as vigorously prosecuted as others but, apart from the countries that offer access to medical marijuana, most countries have various penalties ranging from lenient to very severe. Some infractions are taken more seriously in some countries than others in regard to the cultivation, use, possession or transfer of cannabis for recreational use. A few jurisdictions have lessened penalties for possession of small quantities of cannabis, making it punishable by [[confiscation]] and a [[Fine (penalty)|fine]], rather than [[imprisonment]]. Some jurisdictions/[[drug court]]s use mandatory treatment programs for young or frequent users, with freedom from narcotic drugs as the goal and a few jurisdictions permit cannabis use for medicinal purposes. [[Drug test]]s to detect cannabis are increasingly common in many countries and have resulted in jail sentences and loss of employment.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.wzzm13.com/news/news_story.aspx?storyid=119421&catid=14 |title=Walmart fires Michigan man for using medical marijuana |publisher=Wzzm13.com |date=2010-03-12 |accessdate=2011-02-17}}</ref> However, simple possession can carry long jail sentences in some countries, particularly in parts of [[East Asia]] and [[Southeast Asia]], where the sale of cannabis may lead to life imprisonment or even execution.
 
Some countries have laws that are not as vigorously prosecuted as others but, apart from the countries that offer access to medical marijuana, most countries have various penalties ranging from lenient to very severe. Some infractions are taken more seriously in some countries than others in regard to the cultivation, use, possession or transfer of cannabis for recreational use. A few jurisdictions have lessened penalties for possession of small quantities of cannabis, making it punishable by [[confiscation]] and a [[Fine (penalty)|fine]], rather than [[imprisonment]]. Some jurisdictions/[[drug court]]s use mandatory treatment programs for young or frequent users, with freedom from narcotic drugs as the goal and a few jurisdictions permit cannabis use for medicinal purposes. [[Drug test]]s to detect cannabis are increasingly common in many countries and have resulted in jail sentences and loss of employment.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.wzzm13.com/news/news_story.aspx?storyid=119421&catid=14 |title=Walmart fires Michigan man for using medical marijuana |publisher=Wzzm13.com |date=2010-03-12 |accessdate=2011-02-17}}</ref> However, simple possession can carry long jail sentences in some countries, particularly in parts of [[East Asia]] and [[Southeast Asia]], where the sale of cannabis may lead to life imprisonment or even execution.
   
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