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Ahead of the 2019 federal budget, the 'Don't Tax Medicine' campaign calls for medical cannabis to be treated like other prescription drugs. When the Canadian government legalized recreational cannabis last October, medical patients began noticing something new on their medication orders: an excise tax stamp, indicating the licensed producer paid the mandatory tax meant to fund the costs of regulating recreational...

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Why Advocates Want To Stamp Out Tax On Medical Weed

Ahead of the 2019 federal budget, the 'Don't Tax Medicine' campaign calls for medical cannabis to be treated like other prescription...

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