Judge Michael Phelan has ruled that the Medical Purposes Regulations, which bans patients from growing their own marijuana, were an “arbitrary and overbroad” infringement on charter rights. He struck down the law and has suspended the decision for six months in order for the Liberal government to create new legislation on the matter. The regulations were originally formed by the Conservative government and required patients to buy the plant though mail from licensed producers.
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