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Uruguay to become the first country to Legalize Marijuana sold in pharmacies for recreational purposes. It's the final steps in a four year process.
President Barack Obama’s approach on marijuana was to not interfere with medical marijuana use in states, and be mostly hands off in terms of recreational marijuana in states. But he also pointed to a belief that imposing federal marijuana regulation isn’t an easy thing to do for a president.
Choosing a medical dispensary is often a nerve-wracking affair, especially to those who are first timers. Even if you have a prescription for medical marijuana, looking for the right place is often another story. Ordering your first package is often intimidating, and asking questions can seem difficult.
Legalized recreational marijuana promises to spark a $22.6-billion industry in Canada, eclipsing combined sales of beer, wine, and spirits, a new study suggests.
Gangs definitely play a role in the production and sale of the drug, but the Mounties have never proven to what extent, and all available research shows that most of those in Canada’s cannabis industry are non-violent and do not commit any other crimes.
The tentative pact between the postal service and the Canadian Union of Postal Workers was reached after warnings that mail delivery could be disrupted several times over the summer.
The Drug Enforcement Administration announced its decision to keep marijuana classified as a Schedule I drug. The federal government has historically referred to this category as the “most dangerous” group of substances, including drugs like heroin and bath salts.
Canadian medical marijuana patients can grow their own cannabis or get someone to grow it for them.
Driving past the gravel driveway that leads to an unremarkable rural bungalow just outside the Village of Cremona, most would never know the property is also home to the fastest growing manufacturer of medical marijuana in Canada.
As governments lay groundwork for legal recreational pot next spring, Toronto police keep raiding medicinal marijuana dispensaries and want the public to help them continue.