He's taking his controversial opinion a few steps further by advocating for the legalization of the drug and for the selling of the drug through licensed, government-run stores. Essentially, Kendall wants an LCBO for ecstasy. Yet, people who shop at the LCBO still get drunk. How will "strict controls" be enforced once the buyers take their drugs home?
Kendall insists that he doesn't want to promote the drug for recreational use — he believes that usage will decrease with regulation. But wouldn't having an "Ecstasy Depot" in your neighbourhood encourage aRead More »from Pure ecstasy is safe, should be legalized and in stores: B.C. health official Perry Kendall