Cannabis in the Bahamas
Cannabis is illegal in the Bahamas.
The Bahamas role as a transit country for cannabis is noted as beginning in 1968, when 300 pounds of cannabis were flown from Jamaica to Bimini. As recently as 2010 the country was noted as a midpoint for Jamaican cannabis being smuggled to the United States.
Historically the Bahamas was a drug trafficking country, but not a drug producing one, until a 1991 seizure of 40,000 cannabis seedlings and 1,000 adult plants on Andros Island called that assumption into question.
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