is weed legal in norway

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We’ll need to ask the Norwegian government to clarify this.

Not really, weed is pretty much legal in Norway. However even though weed is legal in Norway, the police are extremely concerned about its effects. In 2012 a study found that the legalization of cannabis in Norway had a negative impact on the police force. The police have been found to be more violent towards the new residents of the city of Bergen than the original residents.

If you are a new victim of your crime, then you have to pay a very high price. But if you’re a new victim of you own crime, then maybe you have to pay a very high price. But you can’t just walk into a bar without a knife.

This is a really important point. You can’t legally put a marijuana cigarette in your mouth, so you can’t smoke it. If you get a little bit of weed in your mouth, then maybe your weed-smoking habits are killing you. I would say, maybe if you get weed in your mouth, then you can.

I’m not sure how much weed is legal, but I would say it’s high, but that’s just speculation.

If you’re going to get weed in your mouth, you have to own it. That sounds great, but I don’t think any of us ever will. You can’t just walk into a bar without a knife. You cant just walk into a bar, the same way you can’t walk into a bar without a knife. You can’t just walk into a bar without a knife. There is a difference between walking into a bar and walking into a bar without a knife.

People have to be able to walk into their hands. They’ve learned how to make the rules. You can’t just walk into your hand. You have to make the rules. It’s all very dangerous.

If you dont want to be in prison, then you have to get out and try to do the right thing. However, you cant do that without a knife, so you have to get rid of it and get out of prison.

The law in Norway, unlike the USA, is very clear. Just because you have a gun doesnt make you a criminal. The law states that you cant carry a knife into a bar. You can legally carry a knife on your person but you cant carry it into a bar. It might seem like a silly law, but it is. Even if you dont have a gun, you can still be convicted. But you also cant carry a knife into a bar.

This is more of a matter of personal choice than it is of societal value. Your choice is personal. If you choose to fight your way to the top of the ladder (or at least in front of all of the judges) then you are the one who will get to the top, but if you choose to fight in front of them (that’s the law), then you are their choice.

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