‘It beats getting stoned on the street’: how Portugal decriminalised drugs | The Guardian

“Housed in a nondescript portable cabin in Pasteleira, a low-income neighbourhood of Porto, the centre, which opened in August 2022, serves as a highly visible flagship of Portugal’s long-standing policy of drug decriminalisation,” The Guardian writes.

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