In Georgia today, the Georgian Orthodox Church organized a march against the legalization, and possible export, of marijuana. The issue has caused tension between the historically Christian nation and its younger population.
Georgian Opposition Leaders Facing 12 Years Prison For Planting Marijuana
After an outcry from Georgia's Orthodox Church, the country has reversed it's decision on medical marijuana https://t.co/zjIrdTKvPk
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