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Gaz

Dutch Government to stop sale of 15%+ THC in the Netherlands

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The dutch government yesterday have decided to reclassify cannabis over 15%+ THC in the same bracket as cocaine and heroin , essentially this meens that they will no longer be able to sell it in the coffeeshops of the Netherlands. Going backwards fast in NL. This is due to happen from either July or January 2015, note to follow in May. They going to be taking random samples from coffeeshops for testing .

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I think they first talked about this already back 2011 but nothing happen. Hopefully we will never see the day of light for this stupid rule.


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I dont understand why while the rest of the world are relaxing their laws NL is getting tighter , anyone got some info for a african way out of the loop haha :) what is there theory behind it

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Reaf

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I think they first talked about this already back 2011 but nothing happen. Hopefully we will never see the day of light for this stupid rule.

sadly it's more when it's going to happen now , I think they make a decision in May.
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I dont understand why while the rest of the world are relaxing their laws NL is getting tighter , anyone got some info for a african way out of the loop haha :) what is there theory behind it

Cheers

Reaf

The only outcome I see is street drug dealing and crime increasing.

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