Manitoba Man Challenges Province’s Recreational Cannabis Growing Ban


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A Manitoba man is continuing his fight to grow recreational cannabis, challenging the provincial government’s ban on homegrown pot. Jesse Lavoie filed eight affidavits on Friday, seven from experts and one from himself, addressing government concerns on keeping cannabis out of the hands of children, flooding the black market, and protecting properties. “Combined, there’s over 150 years of cannabis reform and drug reform policy in these affidavits,” he said. “It’s not just me against the…

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