25 Jan Proposed Canadian medical marijuana tax could funnel patients to black market, critics warn
Posted at 16:00h in Anindya Sen, Bill Morneau, Canada Marijuana News, Canadians for Fair Access to Medical Marijuana, Fair Access to Medical Marijuana, Featured, Hydropothecary, Jason Childs, Jean-Denis Frechettr, John De Villa, Legal & Regulatory News for Marijuana Businesses, Marijuana Stocks & Public Companies, MMJ Business Daily, organigram, Parliamentary Budget Officer, Terry Lake, University of Regina, University of Waterloo 0 CommentsA proposed excise tax on medical marijuana in Canada could push even more patients to the black market and curb demand in the regulated market, executives, economists and patients told Marijuana Business Daily. The federal government plans to apply the same 10% excise tax on medical users as recreational users. That’s on top of provincial and […] Proposed Canadian medical marijuana tax could funnel patients to black market, critics warn is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs
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