Lawmakers in Catalonia, an autonomous region of Spain, have voted to legalize marijuana clubs. With a vote of 118 to 9, Catalonia lawmakers have passed legislation to legalize and regulate marijuana clubs. These clubs will be self-reliant, non-profit organizations that are allowed to grow and distribute cannabis to those 18 and older. They will be …
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