The problem with a ‘social sharing’ law for pot and teens: you risk jail for using it

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A ‘social sharing’ amendment would protect parents or people close in age who share marijuana with teens. For many years, depending on the province, parents have been able to legally share a modest amount of alcohol with their teens. If all goes well, it teaches a useful lesson about moderation. Under a “social sharing” amendment added to the federal marijuana law being debated by the Senate this week, there would be similar rules for legal marijuana. If the amendment passes, teens close in age to someone 16 or older, or their parents, can share marijuana with them without breaking the law. Parents could legally give 16-year-olds pot under ‘social sharing’ law “Parents have a responsibility to parent their children, and they should be able to teach their teens appropriate use of cannabis without fear of criminal penalty,” independent senator Wanda Bernard told a Senate committee last week. The problem with a ‘social sharing’ law for pot and teens: you risk jail for using it

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