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By "Radical" Russ Belville on May 8, 2012
If your strategy to legalize the use of plant cannabis by all people for any reason is to preach “All use is medical/wellness”, cannabinoid pharmaceuticals is where you’ll end up. There exists a paradigm for the medical / wellness use of substances, and it lies in the realm of doctors and pharmacists and prescriptions and manufactured drugs. However, there also exists a paradigm for the recreational use of substances, and it lies in the realm of taverns and bartenders and DUI laws and ID checks and home brewing.
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By Cannabis Karri on November 18, 2010
The Dutch government said yesterday that it wanted to try and ban tourists from buying cannabis in the famed “coffee shops” in the country where hash is on sale legally. The Netherlands has one of Europe’s most liberal soft drug policies and street-side coffee shops have been a popular tourist attraction in Amsterdam and border cities for decades. There has already been an effort to clamp down on what the country calls “drug tourism” in the country’s border cities near Belgium and Germany.
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