What happens in Vegas really can stay in Vegas. Tourists catching a flight out of Sin City can now dump their leftover legal marijuana in metal containers set up at the airport. The 10 green bins dubbed “amnesty boxes” prevent federal transportation agents from finding pot on passengers during security screenings. The drug is legalRead More
Grace McKenzie took a bus from Calgary to Edmonton but her medical marijuana was confiscated.
For those who don’t live in a state where cannabis is legal, traveling to a state with legalized cannabis has become a destination vacation.
American boarder agents have started asking foreign visitors about their cannabis history – and it’s getting honest Canadians banned for life.
The official website said flying with medical marijuana was no problem – before changing its mind after 24 hours. Legally and practically, the picture is confused.
The cannabis-friendly “vacation” of yesteryear was largely spent on the living room couch, far away from prying eyes and prosecution.
Admitting to marijuana use can cause complications at the U.S. border, no matter who you are.
Dangling uselessly at her side, Jan Rieveley’s right arm has become a “paper weight.”
The better part of 20 years after the first Canadians were allowed to use medical marijuana, the agency that screens air passengers and their bags has explained how people should fly with their legal pot.
Legal medical marijuana user travelling to Washington state, where pot is legal, is banned from U.S. for life.