A constitutional challenge of Canada’s new medical marijuana laws will hear from marijuana law experts from Holland, Israel and the U.S. when it begins Monday in Vancouver.
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A ruling that Nevada’s medical marijuana law is unconstitutional has put the issue before the state Supreme Court and has lawmakers again pushing to clarify how patients can legally obtain the drug.
In a lengthy complaint with footnotes about the “f” word and being vegan, Jason Christ is suing the Missoula Police Department, Missoula County Attorney’s Office, Missoula County 9-1-1, and other parties in U.S. District Court.
One of California's more vociferous battles over marijuana was already simmering in the upper Central Valley when an audiotape of a howling, hysterical mother went viral.
An Aug. 7 trial date has been set for six men charged with violating federal drug laws in connection with the operation and supply of G3 Holistics, a three-store chain of medical marijuana stores in the Inland area.
In March 2006, former Victoria mayor Alan Lowe wrote to Tony Clement, then federal health minister, asking him to immediately review Canada's medical marijuana regulations "to determine where improvements can be made to ensure a better quality of life for those Canadians in need of medical assistance."