Michigan cannabis dispensary to gift five customers US$1,000 golden tickets for St. Patrick’s Day

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Pure Roots Dispensary, a Michigan-based cannabis retail store, is celebrating St. Patrick’s Day by offering customers a chance to win big. Five golden tickets, worth US$500 cash and US$500 of in-store credit, have been placed inside single pre-roll packages. Michigan veterinarians can now legally discuss cannabis treatment options with pet owners What University Of Michigan researchers discovered about fibromyalgia patients and CBD Let’s talk about celebrities and their weed brands. How do they get around Health Canada’s marketing rules? “We thought it would be a good time to give back to the community. We wanted to make it a fun shopping experience and give them a chance to win some money and pay some bills, and get free cannabis,” Reni George, vice president of government affairs, told MLive . A similar promotion would be barred in Canada under regulations from the Cannabis Act. According to Canada’s promotion prohibitions , retailers are prohibited from providing “a game, draw, lottery or contest, if it is provided or offered to be provided as an inducement for the purchase of cannabis or a cannabis accessory.” Michigan legalized recreational cannabis in 2018 and sales began at the end of 2019. Medical cannabis has been legal in the state since 2008. In Ann Arbor, where Pure Roots is located, cannabis laws have been relaxed since the 1970s. In 1974, a voter referendum made possession of small amounts of cannabis a civil infraction subject to a US$5 fine. Under the city charter, municipal police were prohibited from enforcing state laws that carried severe penalties for cannabis possession and sales.

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