Regulated marijuana production test will include health warnings

The aim of the experiment is to try to remove the grey area between the sale of small amounts of cannabis at licenced coffee shops and marijuana cultivation which is illegal
Dutch News (Netherlands)
Tuesday, April 3, 2018

The Dutch government’s experiment with regulated marijuana is unlikely to start before the end of 2019 at the earliest and will run for five years and two months, the Volkskrant reported. The trials will go hand in hand with a publicity campaign warning people about the risks associated with smoking marijuana and coffee shops which sell the ‘legal’ drug will have to actively inform their clients about potential health problems. The Volkskrant bases its claims on a draft of the law legalising regulated cultivation which has been sent out to consultation to various organisations, including the police, public prosecution department and local authority association. (See also: Maximum of 10 Dutch municipalities to test regulated cannabis | Coffee shops react with caution)