Italy's Supreme Court now protects the cultivation of small amounts of cannabis grown in people's homes.
Last year, 578 kilograms of medical marijuana were sold to patients in Italy, and it is estimated the sum will be much bigger for 2019.
Italy’s firebrand Interior Minister Matteo Salvini has promised to shutter every legal cannabis shop in Italy “one by one” and collapse the government should his coalition partner not comply with the demand.
Now that the cooler months are rolling in, it's plausible more people will be hunkering down with a bottle of cozy red wine over its chillier counterparts.
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Soon, farmers hope, the town that declared bankruptcy in 2006 will be known for a cannabis. Industrial hemp, to be precise.
No question, Italy is where many people go to experience amazing food and drink. But beware, things just got a whole lot more stupid.
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