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The case against taxing medical cannabis

In 2015, research funded by the University of British Columbia Institute for Healthy Living and Chronic Disease Prevention found more than half of respondents who use cannabis for medical purposes reported that they can never or only sometimes afford to buy enough cannabis to relieve their symptoms, and a third of respondents stated that they often or always have to choose between medical cannabis and other life necessities, such as food, rent and other medicines. Read more »

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