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U.S. Reportedly Issuing Lifetime Travel Bans for Anyone Even Remotely Connected to Canada’s Legal Cannabis Industry

U.S. reportedly issuing lifetime travel bans for anyone even remotely connected to Canada's legal cannabis industry by Travis Lupick on July 10th, 2018 at 5:44 PM Canada's cannabis industry is quickly going corporate, but U.S. border agents are reportedly issuing travel bans to anyone involved, regardless of whether they're wearing a Grateful Dead t-shirt, a lab coat, or a suit Cannabis is going mainstream in Canada, but U.S. border authorities are reportedly determined to maintain a hard line. ANANDIA LABORATORIES INC.

Article by Travis Lupick, Straight Cannabis Imagine it’s six months from now and you’ve developed a brilliant blend of fertilized soil that’s proven especially beneficial to the growth of cannabis plants. It’s January 2019 and Cannabis is fully legal in Canada. You’ve obtained every permit you’re required to develop, market, and sell your invention. Everything is above board. You know ...

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Americans are Expected to Flock to Canada When Cannabis Becomes Legal — But Here’s How the U.S. Border Stands in the Way

Americans are expected to flock to Canada when cannabis becomes legal — but here’s how the U.S. border stands in the way By LORNET TURNBULLThe Washington Post KATIE ZEZIMA The Ambassador Bridge, which connects Windsor, Ont., and Detroit. In October, recreational marijuana will become legal in Canada, presenting a challenge for U.S. officials at the border, where possession of the drug violates federal law. (BRITTANY GREESON FOR THE WASHINGTON POST)

Article by Lornet Turnbull and Katie Zezima, The Washington Post Recreational cannabis has been legal here in Washington state since 2014. Adults just a few miles away in Canada also will be able to legally buy and smoke marijuana for pleasure starting in October. But between them stands the U.S. border, a thin marijuana militarized zone, where the drug will remain forbidden ...

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Canada’s Cannabis Firms Plot World Domination

Pipe dreams Canada’s cannabis firms plot world domination Being in the first big country to legalise pot means first-mover advantage

Article by The Economist IT IS rare to see the words “Canada” and “world domination” in the same sentence. The country’s cannabis producers want to change that. With an eye on October 17th, the date on which recreational marijuana will become legal, medical-cannabis firms have been expanding at home and talking up their global ambitions in a most un-Canadian way. ...

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Nevada Traffic Deaths Dropped 10 Percent in First Year of Recreational Marijuana

Nevada traffic deaths dropped 10 percent in first year of recreational marijuana by Ben Margiott Nevada traffic deaths dropped 10 percent in first year of recreational marijuana (MGN Online)

Article by Ben Margiott, News 4 Traffic deaths in Nevada dropped over 10 percent in the first year of recreational marijuana, according to data provided by the Nevada Department of Public Safety. 310 people died in traffic accidents in Nevada between July 2016 and May 2017. Between July 2017 and May 2018 — the first 11 months of legal recreational marijuana ...

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Some States Still Hate

SOME STATES STILL HATE CANNA LANCE

Article by Canna Lance, Cannabis Life Network Cannabis legalization took another step forward in the United States as Oklahoma became the 30th state to pass a medical cannabis law. This should show you how bought out the countries political leaders are. They’re owned by big pharma and other special interest groups that have their own plans for the American people. That ...

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Legal Cannabis Will Roll Out Differently in Canada Than in U.S.

A man smokes marijuana during the annual 4/20 marijuana rally on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on April 20, 2018.Chris Wattie / Reuters file. Legal marijuana will roll out differently in Canada than in U.S. It's up to the provinces and territories to determine how to handle distribution, and they're taking a variety of approaches. by Associated Press

Article by Associated Press via NBC News Mail-order weed? You betcha! With marijuana legalization across Canada on the horizon, the industry is shaping up to look different from the way it does in nine U.S. states that have legalized adult recreational use of the drug. Age limits, government involvement in distribution and sales, and access to banking are some big discrepancies. And ...

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Canada Becomes Second Nation in the World to Legalize Cannabis

A man wears a Canadian maple leaf flag with marijuana leaf during the annual 4/20 rally on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on April 20, 2018. (Photo by Lars Hagberg / AFP) (Photo credit should read LARS HAGBERG/AFP/Getty Images). Canada becomes second nation in the world to legalize marijuana By Bani Sapra, CNN

Article by Bani Sapra, CNN Recreational marijuana use will soon be legal in Canada after the Senate passed a “historic” bill on Tuesday with a vote of 52-29. Canada is only the second country in the world — and the first G7 nation — to implement legislation to permit a nationwide marijuana market. In the neighboring US, nine states and ...

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Portugal’s Parliament Legalizes Cannabis-Based Medicines

Portugal's parliament legalizes cannabis-based medicines. FILE PHOTO: A flowering marijuana plant is pictured at the Canopy Growth Corporation facility in Smiths Falls, Ontario, Canada, January 4, 2018. REUTERS/Chris Wattie/File Photo

Article by Reuters Portugal’s parliament overwhelmingly approved a bill on Friday to legalize marijuana-based medicines, after rejecting earlier proposals to allow patients to grow the drug at home. Portugal decriminalized the use of all drugs in 2001 to fight a heroin epidemic, and has legal plantations growing marijuana products for export. But it had trailed EU countries such as Italy ...

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Embassy Angered By Tory MP Linking Mexican Visitors To Illegal Drug Trade

Embassy angered by Tory MP linking Mexican visitors to illegal drug trade 'Comments based on stereotypes are inaccurate and hurt the dignity of the Mexican people,' says embassy Joan Bryden · The Canadian Press Conservative MP Marilyn Gladu suggested her comments were made "in the passion of making your speech." (Justin Tang/Canadian Press)

Article by Joan Bryden, The Canadian Press via CBC News The Mexican government is taking a Conservative MP to task for implying that many Mexican visitors to Canada are involved in the illegal drug trade. Sarnia, Ont., MP Marilyn Gladu made the suggestion Wednesday during debate on the Trudeau government’s bill to legalize recreational marijuana. Her reference to Mexicans came as ...

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