Germany Will Legalize Medical Marijuana By 2017, Says Minister of Health

Germany will legalize medical marijuana by 2017 according to the country’s Minister of Health.

Earlier today, Hermann Gröhe went on record saying that full legalization of medical cannabis could be around the corner for the European country.

“Our goal is that seriously ill patients are treated in the best possible way,” he said.

“Without wishing to pre-judge the work of the Bundestag [a lower house of the German government], it is likely that the law will come into force in the spring of 2017.”

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