May 8: Will legal pot be the Trudeau legacy? Plus other letters to the editor

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The subject who is truly loyal to the Chief Magistrate will neither advise nor submit to arbitrary measures. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during Question Period on Monday, May 7, 2018. Sean Kilpatrick/The Canadian Press Re Let The Pot Bill Pass On Time (editorial, May 7): The Senate is carefully reviewing Bill C-45, something MPs failed to do. advertisement Liberal MPs on the Commons committees played from a position of unenlightened partisanship, and the Conservatives held back, likely hoping to see Justin Trudeau own all the problems with the cannabis bill. Those who suggest that because legalization was raised in the election, it should become law without due diligence from senators are drawing an erroneous conclusion. Canadians voted for the Liberals in 2015 because they wanted change, not because they wanted to get high legally. May 8: Will legal pot be the Trudeau legacy? Plus other letters to the editor

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