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Though considered a lowbrow form of entertainment by some, coffeeshops play a vital role in Dutch tourism: figures suggest that 25-30 per cent of people who visit Amsterdam spend time in a coffeeshop. Cannabis is currently illegal in the Netherlands, however. Dutch lawmakers today approved legislation that would permit the professional cultivation of marijuana. Buy marijuana online Australia, marijuana for sale Australia, buy weed in sydney, buy marijuana cheap Australia, weed for sale near me
Supporters claim it is a step towards legalisation. Which will make the cannabis industry more transparent and improve the quality and variety of the drug for consumers.
The legislation has yet to be approve by the upper house of the Dutch Parliament, but if it passes it could mark a turning point for the country’s coffeeshops, which have hitherto operated within a grey area of the law.
I thought it was legal to smoke marijuana in Holland?
No. Despite the profusion of coffeeshops, which sell cannabis over the counter, the drug is not legal in the Netherlands. It is, however, tolerate, meaning the authorities will turn a blind eye to those in possession of 5g or less.
Coffeeshops are allowe to store a maximum of 500g of cannabis on the premises at any one time. Growers have not generally in the past been prosecuted if they are cultivating five marijuana plants or less.
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So are coffeeshops illegal, then?
Though coffeeshops are technically illegal, they are grant permits to trade by the authorities. Confused? You’re not the only one: Dutch drug law is a hazy old business.
However, the rules are clear on one matter: coffeeshops are not allow to buy cannabis. Many coffeeshop owners therefore employ third party buyers, who source the cannabis, no questions asked, and bring it into the shop. Once the weed is through the door, providing it amounts to no more than 500g, it is tolerated by the authorities.
How will the new law affect coffeeshops?
If it becomes legal to cultivate marijuana, coffeeshops will no longer have to worry about employing buyers to sneak it through the back door for them. Essentially, the new law would make it cheaper, easier and safer to run a coffeeshop.
“It would be a more transparent system,” August de Loor, founder of the Bond Van Cannabis Detaillisten (BCD) union for coffeeshop owners. “The coffeeshop owner would be as normal as the owner of a pub.”
How will the new law affect smokers?
As well as coffeeshop owners, the consumer would also potentially benefit from the proposed legislation. The quality of the marijuana will get better. The variety will get better and the price will not be so high,” predicts de Loor. “In every way it is better.”