August 4, 2015


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New medical-pot plan 'slap in the face'

Users worry cost will skyrocket; coalition vows to fight rules in court

Steven Stairs, who is legally blind and uses medical pot for his glaucoma, says the incoming rules will boost pot prices.

JOHN WOODS / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS ARCHIVES

Steven Stairs, who is legally blind and uses medical pot for his glaucoma, says the incoming rules will boost pot prices. Photo Store

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