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Gladu opposes pot plants grown at home.

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Sarnia-Lambton MP Marilyn Gladu is taking a strong stand against the Liberal government’s plan to allow homegrown marijuana next year.

Gladu, who is also the Conservative health critic, recently motioned for an amendment to Bill C-45 that would restrict Canadians from having any cannabis plants in their home.

The Trudeau government’s legalization bill, as written, would allow people to grow up to four plants at a time for recreational use.

Gladu has said home-grows will make it easier for children get access to marijuana, a position also backed by the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police.






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