In today’s news/Dans les manchettes aujourd'hui: Canada’s oil and gas industry is fearing reform could undermine its decade-long drug policy efforts and the DEA may have trouble finding growers for medical cannabis research. Courts uphold a ban on firearms sales to U.S. citizens who hold medical marijuana cards and Regina police prepare for the prospect of more stoned drivers on the road. Main Street provides solutions to patients dealing with dispensary closures in Barrie and HBB Medical announces plans to open new storefronts in Fredericton and Moncton. Also, Krishna Andavolu breaks down what to expect from season two of Weediquette, Luciano has his visa cancelled for trying to get into the States with a cannabis-infused drink, and find out why Chris Tucker didn’t think Cannabis Comedy Friday was funny. Have a great day!
Canada’s oil and gas industry fears reform could undermine its drug policy efforts
Voter initiative to legalize recreational grass will be on November ballot in Arizona
There are 10 million more Americans smoking weed than there were 12 years ago
HBB Medical is planning to launch new dispensaries in Fredericton and Moncton
New York’s ever-expanding medical marijuana program will offer home delivery
Drug Enforcement Agency may have trouble finding growers for med pot research
The Canadian government’s medical marijuana regs have hurt one close couple
Court upholds a ban on firearm sales to medical marijuana patients in the U.S.
Firefighters battle large blaze at a legal marijuana grow-op in British Columbia
Brad Martin and Lift look at oil priced of Licensed Producers under the ACMPR
Manitoba couple looking to secure plans for cannabis facility in Portage la Prairie
Regina police are preparing for the prospect of more high drivers on the roads
Find out why joker Chris Tucker didn’t think Cannabis Comedy Friday was funny
Krishna Andavolu breaks down what to expect in the second season of Weediquette
Luciano has visa cancelled for carrying marijuana-infused fluid on flight to U.S.
Denver NORML’s proposal to legalize social use of pot clubs goes up in smoke