The Solomon R. Guggenheim museum on Upper East Side in New York City. Photo: Esbjörn Guwallius/Berlinow

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Cannabis Clubs in Germany?

 

“Die Linke” wants you to grow a pair

The Left party proposes the introduction of cannabis clubs in Germany. Photo: Esbjörn Guwallius/Berlinow

Die Linke, Germany’s socialist Left party, argues that cannabis should be legalized in Germany through the introduction of cannabis clubs. All other parties dismiss their idea.

In the exclusive cannabis clubs members would be able to grow marijuana plants. The Left party also suggests that consumers be allowed to own 30 grams of cannabis for personal use. Today each federal state has their own possession limit, ranging from 6 to 30 grams.

The right wing FDP party reject the idea, together with all other parties in the Bundestag, calling it “well-meaning intoxication socialism”.

Via The Local

 
Uma Thurman at the premiere of “Whatever works” in New York (2009). Photo: Rubenstein/flickrCC BY 2.0

Uma Thurman joins this years star-studded Berlinale. Together with Robert Pattison and Christina Ricci she’s attending the premiere of “Bel Ami” at the international film festival.

Already confirmed for the festival are Meryl Streep, Antonio Banderas, Charlize Theron, Diane Kruger, Angelina Jolie, and Billy Bob Thornton. And the festival’s manager Dieter Kosslick has more up his sleeve…

Via BZ Berlin