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Good news for some visitors to the Netherlands regarding coffeeshops

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Good news for Pal and several others who enjoy the delights of coffeeshops.

The new government has cancelled the Wietpas, which would have meant only residents of the Netherlands could use coffeeshops by becoming a member of one.

It will now be up to individual towns and cities to decide how they deal with problems involving coffeeshops.

So you will still be able to enjoy a little devils weed when you visit if that is your sort of thing.

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