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Canadians who smoke marijuana legally, or work or invest in the industry, will be barred from the U.S.: Customs and Border Protection official

Canadians who smoke marijuana legally, or work or invest in the industry, will be barred from the U.S.: Customs and Border Protection official

WASHINGTON—Canadians will be barred from entering the United States for smoking marijuana legally, for working in Canada’s legal marijuana industry and for investing in legal Canadian marijuana companies, a senior U.S. Customs and Border Protection official says. Todd Owen, who spoke to the U.S. website Politico, said the U.S. does …

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Keeping edibles illegal a 'gaping hole' in pot leg

When someone consumes too much cannabis they can experience unpleasant side effects such as anxiety, paranoia, nausea, and even hallucinations. Is this episode considered an overdose? Self-poisoning? Toxicity? Impairment? Or simply “greening” out? As the nationwide legalization of recreational cannabis approaches, the public and medical professionals alike appear to be …

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Cannabis Control Board:

Cannabis Control Board:

Proponents, authors and regulators of the state’s recreational marijuana law can’t seem to get on the same page, with the result being a further delay in the approval of retail pot outlets and taxable income they’re expected to generate. The main hang-up continues to be the execution of the agreement …

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Inquiry rejects bill to legalise cannabis

Inquiry rejects bill to legalise cannabis

A Senate committee has rejected a plan to legalise cannabis, despite an argument it would ease the burden on police and bring in $300 million extra in GST revenue a year. Liberal Democrats senator David Leyonhjelm has proposed federal laws to legalise cannabis for recreational, medicinal, industrial and other purposes. …

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Inquiry rejects bill to legalise cannabis – 9News

Inquiry rejects bill to legalise cannabis - 9News

A Senate committee has rejected a plan to legalise cannabis, despite an argument it would ease the burden on police and bring in $300 million extra in GST revenue a year. Liberal Democrats senator David Leyonhjelm has proposed federal laws to legalise cannabis for recreational, medicinal, industrial and other purposes. …

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