Hope for Future of Coffeeshops After Collapse of Conservative Dutch Government
Since the 1970s, the Netherlands’ legendary cannabis coffeeshops have been officially “tolerated” by the government, meaning that while technically illegal, they’ve nonetheless operated openly, with hundreds of locations in Amsterdam alone selling limited amounts of marijuana to the public.
Despite their being tightly regulated and contributing considerably to the nation’s tourism industry, however, the conservative government has been steadily working to …More
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