Jamaica proposes marijuana dispensers for tourists at airports following legalisation

The kiosks and desks would give people a license to purchase up to 2 ounces of the drug to use during their stay
The Independent (UK)
Thursday, June 30, 2016

Jamaica is planning to install marijuana-dispensing kiosks for tourists who have a prescription for medical marijuana, in order to regulate a growing drug market and to bring in more government revenue. The new Cannabis Licensing Authority (CLA) is drawing up plans for the kiosks just two months after small amounts of the drug were finally legalized in a country where marijuana has long been part of the culture. The dispensers would be situated at airports and seaports, manned by a person with medical training. (See also: Ganja ATMs! - Port kiosks to issue tourists with medical cards to buy weed)