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Germany: High Court allows ill people to grow their own cannabis


A recent court ruling in Germany will, for the first time, legally allow seriously ill people to grow their own cannabis.  Under strict conditions growers will be allowed to grow their own plants.  This is the first time such a court ruling has been given in Germany.  It also marks another important European nation to join the growing number of countries where cannabis is now gaining official recognition for its important medical properties.

The full article in Deutche Welle is here https://www.dw.de/german-court-allows-patients-to-grow-own-pot/a-16480968?maca=en-rss-en-ger-1023-rdf

Dutch Passion sends it congratulations to German medical campaigners who have fought long and hard for this victory.

December 29th 2012

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