according to Politicodetails of Germany’s current cannabis legalization plans leaked Oct. 19 RND (Edited by Netzwerk Deutschland) newspaper groups. The draft now includes plans to decriminalize the sale and possession of cannabis and to allow the sale of cannabis in licensed stores and dispensaries.
This approach to reform has been put on hold since German officials announced their intention to return to reform in 2018. June, headed by Health Minister Karl Lauterbach. According to the current draft, it would be legal to sell up to 20 grams to those 18 and over, with up to 15% THC for adults over 21 and up to 10% THC for adults 18-21. Residents will be allowed to grow two cannabis plants at home, but advertising for consumption will be prohibited.
Early opinions on the draft, as explained by members of the Liberal Democrats, consider it too restrictive Christine Lütke“#Articles on key issues related to cannabis legalization @BMG_ band Unnecessarily restrictive! #THC caps, 20g carrying limits and tighter regulations by 2021 will push consumers into the #black market – a catastrophe for youth, health and consumer protection.
Similarly Dr. Kirsten Kappert-GontherVice-Chair of Alliance 90/The Greens, she expressed concern about how these restrictions could lead to increased sales on the black market. Legalization #Cannabis is too restrictive!For the protection of youth and health, the #legal market must be more attractive than the #black market.#THCO caps are not contributing to this.” Kappert-Gonther wrote on Twitter.
A similar opinion has surfaced. Simone Borchardt, Head of Nursing, German Bundestag, who provided the RND in the statement. “The federal government wants to legalize cannabis as soon as possible and seems to have completely forgotten about protecting children and young people,” Borchard said. “Instead of relying on effective education and prevention, Lauterbach is lost in a tangle of distance rules and upper and lower THC levels for him in certain age groups.”
The German Ministry of Health said: Politico The government “No common proposal for cannabis reform yet agreed” Expect changes in the near future.
German authorities announce efforts to move closer to legalization June By organizing public hearings, according to Germany’s Commissioner for Addiction and Drug Affairs Burkhard Blienert. “We are starting the preparatory phase of legislation,” he said. “To finally be able to announce this is a special and gratifying moment for me personally. We have strived to develop a modern and health-conscious cannabis policy.”
Brienart, along with many other Department of Health officials, traveled to Northern California in September to explore clinics and A key player in the cannabis sectorOakstardom Prime Minister Dale Sky Jones, Cannabis Attorney Robert Reich, Ananda Strategy Founder Hersh Jain, SC Labs President and Co-Founder Josh Werzer and more.
A recent report from BDSA showed that the global cannabis industry could add up to $57 billion in value by 2026. We review many examples of growth within the United States, but also how eventual legislation in other countries could lead to a shift in rulers. Worldwide sales. “Although the mature legal cannabis market in the U.S. experienced a decline in sales in 2022, the cannabis market is poised for top-line growth in 2022, driven by strong sales in emerging markets such as populous New Jersey and New York. BDSA CEO Roy Bingham said: “The United States will continue to dominate global sales over the next few years, but emerging markets such as Germany and Mexico will We see potential in the global market.”