Jamaica dropped the mic on 4/20 and told the UN to get its act together on weed

Jamaica is disappointed that the document does not allow countries sufficient flexibility to design our domestic policies to fit national circumstances
Vice (US)
Thursday, April 21, 2016

On 4/20, the unofficial holiday celebrated by marijuana enthusiasts around the world, Jamaica called for the UN to review the status of cannabis, questioning why the drug is still legally considered as dangerous as heroin under international law. Speaking before the UN General Assembly, Jamaican Foreign Minister Kamina Johnson-Smith said that scheduling cannabis as a dangerous drug with no medical use — a status that dates back to the 1961 Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs — is outdated and out of touch.