The Constitutional Court issued a ruling on Tuesday confirming that marijuana cultivation suppliers may not sell all the items required to grow the plant in one spot as this constitutes the promotion of drugs. The court rejected a complaint from a so-called grow shop in Semily in northeast Bohemia against a previous ruling to that effect; it was delivered by a local court and later upheld by the Supreme Court. In November, the police’s anti-drugs unit used that ruling as the basis for raids on dozens of grow shops around the Czech Republic.
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