Manitoban government, attorney general taken to court over ban on growing cannabis at home

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Jesse Lavoie has filed a notice of application against both the Manitoban government and the attorney general to get rid of a section of the Liquor, Gaming and Cannabis Control Act that prohibits growing cannabis at home, CBC News reports. A Manitoba man is gearing up to take on the provincial government to make growing weed at home legal. The section also prevents people from possessing more than 30 grams of the drug in public or possessing unpackaged cannabis that doesn’t follow federal requirements. Subscribe to the Cannabis Post newsletter for weekly insights into the industry, what insiders will be talking about and content from across the Postmedia Network. Want to keep up to date on what’s happening in the world of cannabis?

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A Manitoba man is gearing up to take on the provincial government to make growing weed at home legal.

Jesse Lavoie has filed a notice of application against both the Manitoban government and the attorney general to get rid of a section of the Liquor, Gaming and Cannabis Control Act that prohibits growing cannabis at home, CBC News reports.

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