I read this article online about the likelihood of marijuana being legalized in Italy. Here's a snippet: Italy may well be on its way to becoming the largest country in Europe to legalize marijuana. An Italian tracking group has found that more than 250 lawmakers from across the political spectrum have given their support to a proposal that would largely decriminalize production, distribution, sale and consumption of marijuana throughout the nation. The leap may appear far-fetched for a country that just 10 years ago voted in a draconian anti-drug bill that removed any distinction between hard and soft drugs, increasing sentences for pot smokers and heroin addicts alike. Do you have any thoughts about what this will do for Italy? Do you think it might possibly increase tourism? I know people who used to travel through Europe and head to Amsterdam for the sole fact that marijuana was legal there.