New Brunswick task force backs government-run marijuana stores
A New Brunswick legislative panel is recommending that recreational marijuana be sold through government-run stores to people at least 19 years old, a move that would limit opportunities for cannabis entrepreneurs interested in retail opportunities.
The Select Committee on Cannabis – composed of provincial lawmakers from both sides of the political aisle – sought public input during meetings held across New Brunswick in July. It heard testimony from business and MJ industry executives, health advocates, union representatives, municipal officials and others.
The task force said a majority of those testifying supported cannabis sales through a provincial-run distributor “to restrict youth
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