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German Lawmakers Reach Agreement On Revised Marijuana Legalization Bill, With Final Vote Expected Next Week

PublishedonNovember 27, 2023 By Kyle Jaeger German lawmakers have reached an agreement to revise a marijuana legalization bill, relaxing certain provisions that were challenged by cannabis reform supporters and setting the stage for a final vote in the national parliament next week. Advocates weredisappointed when a planned vote in the Bundestag was postponedlast week, but there’s renewed optimism that the

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‘Difficulty in the Details’ Sees Germany’s Cannabis Act Delayed By Months

BY BEN STEVENS NOVEMBER 17, 2023 Germany’s landmark Cannabis Act (CanG), which would establish an adult-use cannabis framework in the European Union’s most populous country, has been pushed back by a number of months. Following suggestions fromlocalandsocial mediaearlier this week, the delay of the final reading of the bill, originally set to take place this week, has been officially confirmed.

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CBD more regulated in the Czech Republic?

Published on November 20, 2023 ByAurélien BERNARD Although the Czech government finallybacked away from banning CBD products earlier this year, a proposed law would subject these products to strict restrictions.The government bill amending in particular Law No. 167/1998 Coll., on addictive substances, aims to considerably limit this more or less free sale of kratom and CBD. Definition of 2 substances

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Illicit cannabis market in Europe is worth 11.4 billion euros according to a new report

Published on November 21, 2023 By Business of Cannabis  Last week, the European Monitoring Center for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA) published its detailed report on the illicit cannabis market in the European Union. The report, based on the latest data from the EMCDDA and its co-author Europol, reveals the extent of the illicit cannabis market, worth 11.4 billion euros, which would

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Legalization Vote Delayed In Germany

Written by Hazel Norman on November 13, 2023 A long-awaited adult-use cannabis legalization vote was initially scheduled for this week in Germany, however, the vote was delayed until at least December. This likely means that German adult-use reform will not be achieved until next year. The measure that is currently being considered by members of the Bundestag was largely championed by German Health

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Ireland’s First Cannabis Clinic Opens Four Years After Medical Program Launches

Shutterstock Despite the fact that Ireland legalized medicinal cannabis in June 2019, the country had yet to open a medical clinic centering the needs of prospective patients… until now. BY KEEGAN WILLIAMS NOVEMBER 6, 2023 While Medicann has only just launched, patients have been able to register their interest in obtaining medical cannabis through the clinic online since August of

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Top Five Countries to Watch for International Cannabis Reform in 2024

By Jason Adelstone Nov 6, 2023 While the cannabis industry in the United States awaits a marijuana scheduling decision from the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), many countries around the world continue to move forward with liberalizing their cannabis policies as a superior method of promoting the health and welfare of their citizens. In this blog post, we’ll take a closer

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An Overview Of Cannabis Policy Modernization Efforts In Europe

Written by The Talman Group on November 6, 2023. Nowhere on Earth is as exciting from a cannabis policy modernization standpoint right now as the European continent, where several nations are working to modernize their cannabis policies and launch, or expand, regulated cannabis industries. Europe is already home to two nations that have passed national adult-use reform measures. Malta became the first European

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First legal cannabis dispensaries in Europe: Sanity Group and ISGF get green light for a cannabis study in Swiss canton Basel-Landschaft

Sanity Group and the Swiss Institute for Addiction and Health Research (ISGF) received final approval from the Swiss Federal Office of Public Health (BAG) to conduct a study on the controlled dispensing of recreational cannabis in the canton of Basel-Landschaft, Switzerland. The aim of the study is to learn more about the effects of controlled access to cannabis and thus

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