Luxembourg’s Parliament has approved a bill to legalize cannabis possession and cultivation for adults.

About two years after the government first proposed ending cannabis prohibition, members of the Chamber of Deputies passed the non-commercial legalization bill in a 38-22 vote on Wednesday.

This makes Luxembourg the second country in the European Union to enact the reform, following Malta’s vote to legalize it in 2021.

The law in Luxembourg, which was first proposed by the ministers of justice and homeland security in 2021, will allow adults to possess up to three grams of cannabis and grow up to four plants in a secure location within their private residence.