Hate to bother folks re this, but it seems darn hard to get clear information online. Can any recent visitors share what current Dutch policy is re coffeehouses? I know there have been moves recently to make them much more restricted, especially to non-nationals (i./e. - tourists), but not sure how far these efforts have gone and whether they apply to Amsterdam or just other cities/parts of the country. Thanks for any information you can share...
Current policy re Amsterdam coffeehouses?
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