In today’s news/Dans les manchettes aujourd'hui: Canada’s unregulated pot market is reported to be putting consumers at risk and should medical marijuana laws allow pharmacists to dispense cannabis? Minnesota’s chronic pain patients can now buy medical marijuana with ease and the Kennedy group puts up $2 million to fight legalization. Hamilton’s Brighter Moments Dispensary closes up shop, for now, and Andre Picard believes cannabis should have consumer protection standards. Also, Olympic athletes in Rio can blaze, just not during competition, Snoop readies to executive produce a new pot TV show Mary + Jane, and could cannabis be the secret to Ryan Reynold’s success on the big screen? Have a great day!
Andre Picard believes cannabis should have consumer protection standards
Canada’s unregulated marijuana market is putting country’s consumers at risk
As we move toward reform how best to deal with pot smoking neighbours?
Hamilton’s Brighter Moments Dispensary has closed up shop for the moment
Minnesota chronic pain patients can now buy medical marijuana with ease
Kennedy group put up $2 million to fight against the legalization of cannabis
Should new medical marijuana laws allow pharmacists to dispense products?
Barney Frank discusses parallels between LGBT rights and cannabis reform
Could the secret to Ryan Reynolds’s big screen success be explained by weed?
Olympic athletes in Rio can smoke weed at the Games but not during competition
Snoop Dogg to executive produce and appear on new pot comedy Mary + Jane
Montell Williams is detained in Germany over possession of medical marijuana