Minister Kathleen Ganley will travel to Colorado from Thursday to Saturday, with hopes of learning how they’ve handled the legalization of marijuana.
Alberta Justice Minister and Solicitor General Kathleen Ganley won’t be trying any of the brownies when she heads down to Colorado for a crash course in cannabis.
Instead, she hopes Alberta can learn from how Colorado has proceeded since marijuana was legalized in 2012, as Canada prepares for bud to hit the legal market in spring of 2017.
The two biggest problems that Ganley hopes to address during her $4,000 trip south are keeping cannabis out of the hands of youngsters, and creating a system to detect those that drive under the influence.
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