BC Supreme Court Justice Strikes Down Restrictions to Canadian MMJ Law

 by lucy

In Victoria, Canada, a BC Supreme Court Judge has struck down restrictions to Canadian medical marijuana laws which had technically made tinctures, concentrates, and edibles illegal.

Previously, the Marijuana Medical Access Regulations restricted legalized medical marijuana to being marijuana only in its dried form.  Judge Robert Johnston has determined that that limitation is unconstitutional.

Should Johnston’s ruling stand, all forms of medical marijuana will be legal throughout Canada.


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    Dleafsmoke said on Apr 14, 2012

    This is great news, I can see this creating more jobs and a larger industry across Canada. As well as giving patients access to any type of meds that they need without the hassles of having to make everything yourself. I don't mind a little elbow grease but I find the potency of home made edibles varies drastically, having guaranteed doses is essential to some situations.

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    GanjaHolic420 said on Apr 15, 2012


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    TimD3070 said on Apr 16, 2012

    I think that's great for Canada. Some people just can't smoke because of lung problems. A family member of mine has to use edibles every day to medicate because he only has one lung left after a bad surgery. Great for Canada!

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    ki11erkota said on Apr 18, 2012

    i don't under stand why Canada doesn't have dispensaries like California you have to buy marijuana buy month quantities at a time its dumb but they do sell it for 5 dollars a gram so that is good and its decent weed but its dumb that we don't have dispensaries

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