Incoming Dutch government ditches 'weed pass' planAssociated Press
Nov. 01, 2012
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AMSTERDAM (AP) — The incoming Dutch government has ditched plans for a national "weed pass" that would have been available only to residents and that would have effectively banned tourists from Amsterdam's marijuana cafes.