The question of whether or not marijuana is legal in the Dominican Republic is one that has been on many people’s minds as summer draws to a close. The Dominican Republic is a relatively small Caribbean country (population approximately 4 million) that has made a name for itself as an international tourist destination with its pristine beaches and tropical rainforests.
The Dominican Republic is a very open society in which cannabis is not exactly frowned upon, but a little more so. And, as a result, it can be hard to find legal weed in the Dominican Republic. And, in some cases, it can be extremely expensive. So, the question of whether or not weed is legal in the Dominican Republic might not be such a big deal, but it is definitely something to consider.
The Dominican Republic’s government has been a bit slow to move in this direction, even as other countries including Morocco have legalized weed. One reason being is that the government is still very worried about the negative impact it might have on the economy.
The Dominican Republic has been a bit slow to legalize weed. That said, it is not exactly a big problem for the Dominican Republic since it is a relatively small country. The government probably does not even know that weed is legal.
The Dominican Republic’s government probably is not worried about the negative impact weed will have on the economy because it is not a big problem for the government. On the other hand, we would be shocked if the government was doing a lot of planning. The problem is that the government is very concerned about the negative impact it could have on the economy.
The Dominican Republic has the highest rates of heroin in the Caribbean. A study found that the Dominican Republic is the most dangerous place to live in the world for heroin users. According to one study, the Dominican Republic has the second highest rate of heroin usage among all countries with over 100 million people. So the government does know that weed is illegal, but it thinks it is going to be a problem.
I don’t know about you, but I think the Dominican Republic’s government is wrong. The government’s concern isn’t about the negative impact it could have on the economy, it’s about the economic impact it could have on the people. One government official said to me, “It’s in their interest to see a strong economy, and drugs are a huge contributor to the economy, so they’re just going to crack down on weed.
This is ridiculous. The Dominican Republic is on the list of nations that have legalized marijuana and are going to start taxing it. It is not illegal for those who are already on a level playing field with the rest of the world. The only difference is that the Dominican Republic does not want to be the leader of a continent with a vast supply of weed.
I don’t think the Dominican Republic cares about the same level of competition as other Caribbean nations. I think they want to control their economy, not just get a piece of the action. They don’t want to be a leader of a continent with a vast supply of weed.
For example, the largest export of marijuana to the US is from the Dominican Republic, and there are a number of different legal ways to grow it legally in the country.