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Czech Republic unveils cannabis legalization plan without legal market

The Czech Republic has disclosed its plan to legalize adult-use cannabis, but it seems there is no room for the establishment of a legal market.

Czech local news media outlets have reported that the bill aiming to legalize adult-use cannabis in the Central European country won't include regulations for the legal market.

The English-language media outlet Expats.cz reported that the Czech government on January 10 presented a draft of a cannabis regulation bill. However, the bill didn't mention the initially envisioned framework for a regulated cannabis market.

The Czech Republic is among several European countries actively working on cannabis regulation. While recreational use remains illegal, the possession of cannabis for personal use was decriminalized in 2010, and medical cannabis was legalized in 2013.

Read more at forbes.com

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