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Marijuana Survey

/ 97.3 The Eagle
              B-C government says residents have just one week left to have their say on how the province should regulate recreational marijuana when it becomes legal next summer. It says an online survey allowing people to provide their input on issues such as minimum age, consumption in public and drug-impaired driving will close at 4 p-m on November 1st. Solicitor General Mike Farnworth says in a news release that the province wants to hear from people throughout B-C so it can develop a regulatory framework that maximizes public health and safety and keeps roads safe. The release says more than 30-thousand people have completed the survey since it launched one month ago.

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