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Weed Pass cancelled


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  • Our lobbying has proved successful.

    The Weed pass is cancelled!

    Local authorities now responsible for non resident admission.

    On behalf of Arjan Greenhouse and colleagues we hope you continue

    to enjoy the coffeeshops in the Netherlands!!

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This is good news. Sure we will enjoy the coffeeshops at every opportunity.

Lets hope the new Goverment has the will and power to solve the backdoor problems as well.

So coffeeshops being allowed to grow their stash legal, as well every homegrower.

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Its not the end of story bcz the weed pass cancellation is for dutch residents only.

The tourists will still be banned from entering the coffeeshops.

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This is really good news because i am coming over in july 2013! This will be my first time in amsterdam! Can't wait to smoke loads of the gh strains and buy a few packs of seeds of your amazing genetics! Well Done! Keep up the good work!

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can german cannabis patient still come or not? that is my question? about 4 weeks i become nothing in maastricht, i have german paper that is my medicine but i drive home without, i d'ont want to by on the street sorry. What happen?? Your still only the No.1 in this area and now? I wish you the best that is soon finish, big respekt my friends.

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I'm very glad, although i cancelled my family trip there due to the pass. Next job? Rebook that trip. Ty ghs also big thanks for my ghs chemdog that's in week 9 of bloom, smelly girls. Of to check a nug now ty ghs

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can tourists from the uk still come and somke there aswell any info would be great or does this only apply do the residents of amsterdam thanks

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well weed pass cancelled syas it all i think no? ;) ;)

Of course tourist from all the world can still come in AMS and enjoy coffeeshops :D

Have a good trip ;)

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Can you not cotinue your campaign please, there are still restrictions in place in the Netherlands, in the South! Banning all non resident foreigners! lets hope Marc Josemans wins his case against the Mayor Hoes, citing discrimination against foreigners and unfairly intrusive registration requirements. This should be resolved soon hopefully after the court date was postponed till late February

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I travelled to the south oh Netherlands and it wasnt allowed to tourist to get into coffeeshops, we had to travel up to north, the first citys we found open to tourists were Nijmegen and Utrecht.

Hopefully the restrictions will not expande to north!

Continue Fight for our Freedom!

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wow! i bet that hurt business, but i bet it hurt the tax collection too.... once they see how much cash flow was halted, and with the USA having states just forget about federal law, im sure everything will return to the way it always should have been.... BIG BUSINESS WORLDWIDE....

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My friends need to know this for October. Hope you make a youtube video by then I can link. The majority of the best strains I had were in Green House. Looking to be a judge this year to solidify that thought. Barneys is getting prepared...

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your friends can go without problems in Amsterdamthere will be no weed pass over there, maastrtich i think has it and some other small towns but not AMS

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Travelling to the south in july and was wondering if theres any point now.

I think the trip'll be changed to AMS, are you definite that in AMS we will have no blocks from the coffeeshops and if so, where is the next town that has no resrictions?

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Hi Cosmicmindtrick, would not bother going south of Nijmegen, no point. Residents only! Although I can recomend Nijmegen some good - cheap coffeeshops.

"All the coffee shops in Maastricht close"

513022.jpgControversial as ever: the joint flickr / cc 2.0/Max Crowe / by-nc

Quietly smoking a joint is not more in Maastricht. In a mass action of the police again four Maastricht coffee shops closed: there were foreigners inside. This means that now all 13 coffee shops next to Dutch also foreigners inside left, are closed.

Spokesmen for the police and the shops reported that there were raids in Maxcy's, Missouri, Club69 and Lucky Time. That there are four of the fourteen that are in Maastricht. Since the sale of marijuana to foreigners on 5 May began, there were 11 closed. Two were already closed when for other reasons.

Nothing more open

According to the VOCM, the Maastricht coffeeshop association can Dutch and foreigners no longer in coffee shops in Maastricht. The only coffee shop is still open, but not connected to the VOCM is Rasta Fari Boni. This shop is very small. At NRC allows an employee of the last opened coffee shop in Maastricht this: "It's just nice and quiet though not so much bam, the whole thing explodes.."

The raids come a day before the visit of Minister Opstelten to Maastricht. Then the minister the call with mayors of eight municipalities in Limburg coffee.

Slipcover

Mayor of Maastricht, Onno Hoes, said earlier this month interview . According to him be aggressive street dealers, their customers now just go back to the shops. They harass tourists who may want to go. To a coffee shop So he put additional agents.

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I am so thankful for all of the work you guys have done for us. As an American living 2 hrs away from AMSTERDAM it is a relief that I no longer have to purchase German weed and can now drive over the border and get the best of the best.

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no not everywhere 1 or 2 city like maastritch i think have choosen to keep the weedpass. but in Amsterdam for sure you can smoke like you use to.

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