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Friday, April 14, 2017

Will Canada's plan to legalize weed impact WNY?

With Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announcing Thursday plans to legalize recreational marijuana in the country, anybody above 18 could soon be able to purchase marijuana there and that puts many WNYers just a short drive from access to legal weed.
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13 comments :

Anonymous said...

I wonder how many people will get busted trying to bring their legally purchased Canadian Weed over the border to the US, where it's illegal.

Anonymous said...

Is this their real concern or are they actually worried about people in WNY, moving to Canada. I personally wouldn't blame people if they moved to Canada from NY state.

Anonymous said...

CRAZY !!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Just legalize it everywhere get it over with, going to happen eventually anyway. Doesn't make sense not to since its safer than alcohol. Take the revenue from the dealers give it to the states so they can crawl out of debt like Colorodo is doing and improve infrastructure.

Anonymous said...

How in h--- could it be safer than alcohol? You still get charged for impaired driving so these articles say, so why would you think it's safer, head in the sand attitudes!

Anonymous said...

It's not good for you period!!

Anonymous said...

No it is not good for you, but it should not be made to be illegal. Legalize it and put the same regulations on it as alcohol. The government needs to get out of the business of legislating morality and life choices.

Little Johnny said...

Cigarettes kill more people annually than alcohol and weed combined. I think we need to step back and think about what should really be against the law.

Anonymous said...

Do we really know how many people die from any of these. Some drugs or many drugs lead to harder drugs, many drive while impaired with drugs, kill many and drugs may not be blamed. Another legal drug to drive impaired with will result in more deaths on the highway no ,after what anyone says. If legal, more and more will use and drive. Availability does lead to more use, thus more impaired drivers. We don't need more on the road even if you might think it is less dangerous. Less danger, maybe to user, but not for others. That is common sense, more impaired people means more trouble, no matter what it is, no matter what.

Anonymous said...

Look at the motor vehicle accident rates in Colorado Washington states since recreational marijuana laws came into effect. Accidents have dramatically declined in both states. Experts believe more people are turning to marijuana dropping alcohol which is the much more dangerous driving on of the two.

Anonymous said...

Oh sh--, maraijuana. Impairs driving no matter how much you pot smokers try to deny it, face it you smoke it, you drive you ARE impaired, but so much so you don't know it. Deny all you want, it is just denial you people using will NEVER admit to high as a kite, laughing all the way to the dealer, you do it, I'm smarter than try to dull my mind, no thanks!

Anonymous said...

Alcohol is the grand daddy of gateway drugs.

Anonymous said...

I was married to a damn alcoholic,just about as bad as it can get, but the booze was enough, never upgradedid to drugs. Think you are a little off on that score. Pot users will never never,never fess up to impairment, never until maybe caught in a fatal and found impaired!