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/ 97.3 The Eagle
             B-C’s premier says he’s hearing people’s concerns about the health effects of second-hand marijuana smoke. John Horgan says his government is still formulating its marijuana policy ahead of the expected legalization of pot next July. But he says marijuana users in the province could face the same rules as those who smoke tobacco in public, such as bylaws banning smoking near buildings or public spaces. The B-C government announced last week that marijuana sales will be allowed at private and public stores, and that buyers must be at least 19.

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