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Catching up with Canada’s pot czar, Bill Blair. If all goes according to plan, Canada will be the first country in the world to set up a fully recreational marijuana market. Several U.S. states have created a legal system, and Uruguay legalized the drug — though it didn’t set up any kind of legal market for people to purchase it. Canada’s experiment is a much bigger ordeal. For more than a year, Ottawa has been devising a plan of attack for how it will begin selling cannabis. It ran its own consultations; hired a task force of experts to do their own study; toured Colorado and Washington, two states that have been on the forefront of legalization; drafted legislation; and is now consulting all over again to figure out the finer points. Here’s All The Things Canada Needs To Not Screw Up When It Legalizes Weed

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