There is positive news for adult-use cannabis legalization in Germany. Health minister, Karl Lauterbach received favorable feedback from the European Commission on his proposal to legalize cannabis for adult use and establish regulated recreational sales across the nation.

The announcement comes after months of talks with the European Union, reported International CBC.

According to NTV, Lauterbach indicated that his proposal, which conforms to European law, will be officially presented in the coming weeks. “We will soon present a proposal that works, that is, that conforms to European law,” Lauterbach said.

Under the draft proposal, possession of up to 20 grams of cannabis for those older than 18 will no longer be punishable. However, any advertisement promoting marijuana consumption is prohibited. …

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