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Anger at court decision to move Maastricht’s drug ‘coffee shops’

irishtimes.com (69 hits)

City’s mayor says ‘drug tourists’ a nuisance in city centre - A decision to move cafes selling cannabis out of the centre of the Dutch city of Maastricht to an industrial estate near the Belgian border has provoked an angry response from five adjacent Belgian towns – one of... More... (English language Articles)

[Video] How New Cannabis Prohibition Laws Created Crime in Holland.

http://wearechange.org (151 hits)

Members of local government in Holland decided to implement stricter marijuana laws which then gave more power to violent street dealers that began to take over the market. When the governments realized this was happening, they eased up on some of the laws again. When the coffeshops were allowed to... More... (English language Articles)

Belgian mayors threaten action over Maastricht coffee shop move - See more at: http://www.dutchnews.

dutchnews.nl (89 hits)

Belgian mayors are angry at the decision by Maastricht city council to move three of the city’s cannabis cafes to an industrial estate close to the Belgian border, Nos television reports. The mayors of Voeren, Riemst and Lanaken are so angry that one is even threatening to close off the border,... More... (English language Articles)

Majority of dutch people want complete legalization of marijuana

http://thestonedsociety.com (129 hits)

Following the news about Uruguay, a dutch survey by polling expert Maurice de Hond has found a 54% majority of people who are pro marijuana legalization. 54% in favor of legalization It comes as a surprise, as even the voters of the Liberal party (VVD) of Prime Minister Mark Rutte are pro... More... (English language Articles)

CNN : Amsterdam for tourists: What's legal?

http://edition.cnn.com (206 hits)

Amsterdam (CNN) -- You may have noticed an interesting reaction when you tell people you're traveling to Amsterdam. They sometimes get that curious look, that knowing half-smile on their faces. "Amsterdam," they say with a mischievous grin, "lucky you!" Are they thinking about Van Gogh and Rembrandt, about the fabulous museums,... More... (English language Articles)

Weed pass update: Summer 2013

http://thestonedsociety.com (212 hits)

The southern part of The Netherlands is still under weed pass legislation, with the biggest developments over the past few months taking place in Maastricht, the southernmost big city of the country. After Maastricht’s coffeeshops declared that they would be once again open to tourists and other non-Dutch citizens, several... More... (OTHER language articles)

Marijuana protects the brain from alcohol damage.

http://marijuanagatewaytohealth.com (109 hits)

Here is evidence that using marijuana shields the brain from a significant amount of the damage that alcohol causes. If you are drinking, you should probably be toking. Also recall that a recent study concluded that: “There is no safe threshold for alcohol consumption with regards to cancer,” and recall... More... (English language Articles)

Police raid Maastricht coffeeshops after owners let tourists back in

http://amsterdamherald.com (247 hits)

Police have raided several coffeeshops in Maastricht after their owners indicated they would revert to selling soft drugs to foreign visitors. More... (English language Articles)

Coffeeshops Open, Drug Dealers Vanish

http://thestonedsociety.com (169 hits)

Thirteen coffeeshops in the southern Dutch city of Maastricht had previously announced that they would once again open their doors for non-Dutch citizens starting May 5th (Dutch Liberation Day). The coffeeshops have a court ruling in their favor, though they have faced opposition from the municipality leading to this day.... More... (English language Articles)

Maastricht mayor to clamp down on cannabis cafe foreign sales

dutchnews.nl (157 hits)

Maastricht mayor Onno Hoes has warned the city's 13 cannabis cafes that he will take legal action if they go ahead with plans to sell marijuana to non-residents on Sunday. The local cannabis cafe association issued a statement earlier saying that all outlets will sell to people who do not live... More... (English language Articles)

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