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WWW, October 2011 - Reefer madness in the Netherlands continues as the right-wing minority coalition of the country announced it will label Cannabis products with a THC level higher than 15% as "hard drugs".
The controversial decision has been made without parliamental approval and is already in effect.
The decree is part of a government crack-down on the legendary Dutch tolerance policy towards Cannabis and will affect Coffee Shops and it's owners.
Secretary of "security and justice" Ivo Opstelten announced that police will raid coffee shops in search of the so-called "hard drugs".
Should Cannabis with a THC level above 15% be found, coffee shop owners will be persecuted as hard drug dealers.
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