By The Associated Press
KINGSTON, Jamaica - Jamaica is again considering the legalization of marijuana.
A seven-member government commission has been researching possible changes to the Caribbean country's anti-drug laws.
Deputy Prime Minister Kenneth Baugh says the commission is now preparing to report to the prime minister on the legalization issue.
In 2003, a government commission recommended legalizing marijuana in small amounts for personal use.
But legislators never acted, saying it might entail the loss of their country's U.S. anti-drug certification. Countries that lose it face economic sanctions. Continue reading