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Dutch marijuana back on sale, but don't forget to wash your hands - Cannabis News
While most of the Netherlands struggles through the coronavirus lockdown, marijuana smokers received the welcome news that “coffee shops” selling the drug have reopened for takeaway orders.
North Macedonia Waits for a Green Light, and a Lucrative High - Cannabis News
Vying to become Europe's "Cannabis Superpower," marijuana entrepreneurs in the recently rebranded country are waiting for the government to act.
The Manitoba government is moving forward on its plan for an open and competitive cannabis retail market, Crown Services Minister Jeff Wharton announced Friday.
Israel gave approval on Wednesday for exports of medical cannabis, paving the way for sales abroad that the government expects to produce hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue.
New Zealand’s government has revealed the final details of a marijuana legalization proposal that will appear on the September general election ballot.
Cannabis production in Mexico is making a comeback, and this time it’s cartel-free. Independent farmers are now producing high-quality “ethical” weed -- without the involvement of the country’s violent cartels.
The Lebanese parliament on Tuesday passed legislation to legalize cannabis cultivation for medical and industrial purposes, a move that was recommended by economic advisers even before the coronavirus pandemic dealt a devastating blow to the Mediterranean nation's struggling economy.
The Greek Ministries of Development and Investments and Rural Development and Food discuss the future of Greece’s medical cannabis industry.
The Netherlands: In a Pandemic, Rules for Cannabis Coffee Shops Are Rapidly Evolving - Cannabis News
As the virus took hold, the outlets were closed. But when street dealers quickly moved in, the government began to rethink the situation.
The Bahamas National Commission on Marijuana expects to complete a crucial public survey on whether cannabis should be legalized by mid-April.
A Jakarta-based activist is campaigning to change public perceptions and Indonesian policy so that patients suffering from chronic disease and pain can also access the potentially life-changing treatment.
Amsterdam is struggling to cope with the huge numbers visiting the city centre to the point that its attractions are no longer being promoted.