The Senate Social Affairs Committee is wrapping up its study of the cannabis legalization bill, and the House Environment Committee has made more than 135 changes to the environmental assessment bill.
Independent Senator Tony Dean, right, speaking with Liberal Senator Serge Joyal. Sen. Dean said he expects the Senate Social Affairs Committee will recommend changes to the way the cannabis legalization Bill C-45 allows for the growth of cannabis for personal use. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
The Senate Social Affairs Committee will likely recommend a change to the cannabis legalization bill’s terms for growing pot at home, says its sponsor in the Red Chamber.
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