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Ontario bill would OK medical cannabis use in hotels

03 Nov Ontario bill would OK medical cannabis use in hotels

Medical marijuana use would be permitted in some hotel rooms under Ontario’s proposed cannabis legislation, giving tourists and out-of-towners with an MMJ prescription a place to consume. Recreational cannabis, on the other hand, would be permitted only in personal residences, including private outdoor areas such as porches, decks and yards, a spokesperson for the Ministry of the Attorney General told Marijuana Business Daily. What you need to know:
  • Medical cannabis, tobacco products and e-cigarettes will be governed by a single piece of legislation in Ontario called the Smoke-Free Ontario Act, 2017.
  • Recreational cannabis use and distribution in
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