Why Telling A U.s. Border Guard You’ve Smoked Pot Could Be Dangerous, Even Once It’s Legalized

If you’ve ever smoked pot, be warned: trouble could still lie ahead at the Canada-U.S. border.

An American immigration lawyer traveled to Ottawa Monday to shed light on an issue that could get even worse when pot is legalized in Canada, saying more Canadians could be permanently denied entry to the U.S. if they admit to smoking pot — even after the law is passed.

“I see a wall on the northern border,” Len Saunders told the Senate Hearing Committee.

If someone answers yes to a border agent’s question of whether they’ve smoked pot, ever, Saunders said “they’re basically turned around, told to go back to Canada, and told they are inadmissible for life. This is a lifetime ban.”

– Read the entire article at Global News.