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Presented today, a new congressional bill aims to get government and cannabis on the same side of the law by ending a decades-long federal ban on the plant.
Montreal and Quebec police aren’t scaling back cannabis-related charges as legalization looms.
Details such as traffic safety, age of majority and health impacts need to be better understood, Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister says.
Last Saturday marked not only the country’s 150th birthday but also the final one-year countdown to the official legalization of marijuana.
Manitoba’s premier believes legal pot sellers will be forced to compete with gangs and lack a sufficient supply of the drug to do so.
Ottawa’s timeline for legalizing pot by next July ‘will be challenging,’ Yasir Naqvi tells Metro Morning.
The debate over legalized marijuana in Delaware is not going away despite state lawmakers shelving an effort to allow recreational cannabis sales to adults.
The group collecting signatures to get a recreational marijuana question on Michigan’s 2018 ballot had collected 102,425 of the necessary 252,523 as of July 10.
The deep-fried Oreo stand at your local county fair could soon be overrun by fairgoers who have the munchies.