First Messi, Now Weed – Barcelona Cannabis Clubs May Be Forced to Shut Down Due to New Ruling
Written by on August 9, 2021
The Court in the town also threw another blow at the situation that has now affected 200 regional clubs and possibly stopping them from continuing their operations. They are private members clubs but primarily rely on tourists to build the associations while luring tourists. The clubs have a €10, equivalent to eleven dollars and eight-three cents, and are mainly used for the primary purchase. The Public Health Organization in 2014 suggested new heightened actions that will regulate the cannabis clubs. Now the General is a local government of Catalonia with powers under Spain’s dispersed system.