Pot regs for BC

Pot regs for BC

Postby maryjane48 » Dec 5th, 2017, 11:17 am

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Re: Pot regs for BC

Postby TylerM4 » Dec 5th, 2017, 1:16 pm

Not a lot of detail being released, but overall it sounds like a reasonable plan.

Not sure I like the LCB being in charge of wholesale distribution. I would prefer more of a grassroots approach to help reduce costs. Lower prices will help take the profit away from organized crime.
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Re: Pot regs for BC

Postby seewood » Dec 5th, 2017, 1:42 pm

I want to know what are the limits, if any for driving ripped. Federal laws?

As I believe it is not as easy testing for impairment with pot compared to booze, what or how do they test for impairment?
I seem to remember some jurisdiction ( Quebec?) that has a 0 tolerance. A good thing me thinks. Bad enough today with drunks still behind the wheel so now drivers minding their own business will have to dodge more stoners?
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Re: Pot regs for BC

Postby Chyren » Dec 5th, 2017, 1:54 pm

I thought it was "medicine" for you maryjane....you never said once it was about getting high..... :135:

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Re: Pot regs for BC

Postby CapitalB » Dec 5th, 2017, 2:22 pm

seewood wrote:I want to know what are the limits, if any for driving ripped. Federal laws?

As I believe it is not as easy testing for impairment with pot compared to booze, what or how do they test for impairment?
I seem to remember some jurisdiction ( Quebec?) that has a 0 tolerance. A good thing me thinks. Bad enough today with drunks still behind the wheel so now drivers minding their own business will have to dodge more stoners?


My understanding is that the current plan is to have a roadside sobriety test that they intend to be a pre screening for the actual blood test that they use to determine... something. I phrase the end like that because they can't get any useful information from a blood test. I could not smoke for a week and still be over the blood test.
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Re: Pot regs for BC

Postby the truth » Dec 5th, 2017, 4:15 pm

seewood wrote:I want to know what are the limits, if any for driving ripped. Federal laws?

As I believe it is not as easy testing for impairment with pot compared to booze, what or how do they test for impairment?
I seem to remember some jurisdiction ( Quebec?) that has a 0 tolerance. A good thing me thinks. Bad enough today with drunks still behind the wheel so now drivers minding their own business will have to dodge more stoners?



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Re: Pot regs for BC

Postby Chyren » Dec 5th, 2017, 4:29 pm

The new laws will be based on the 5 nanograms limit similar to what they're doing in Colorado. Needless to say, even to you cannabis users, DO NOT SMOKE AND DRIVE. No excuse ever. If you're coming up with one then you're just wrong. Don't do it.

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Re: Pot regs for BC

Postby maryjane48 » Dec 6th, 2017, 4:55 pm

seewood wrote:I want to know what are the limits, if any for driving ripped. Federal laws?

As I believe it is not as easy testing for impairment with pot compared to booze, what or how do they test for impairment?
I seem to remember some jurisdiction ( Quebec?) that has a 0 tolerance. A good thing me thinks. Bad enough today with drunks still behind the wheel so now drivers minding their own business will have to dodge more stoners?

How,about we work get drunks and texters of the roads . A real issue instead of your fake reefermadness :130:
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Re: Pot regs for BC

Postby maryjane48 » Dec 6th, 2017, 4:58 pm

Chyren wrote:I thought it was "medicine" for you maryjane....you never said once it was about getting high..... :135:

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Can you show us my post where said that ? I have always said all rec drugs and hard drugs should be legalised .its only way to get criminals out of it . :smt045
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