Kamloops ponders where to allow medical marijuana growing

Kamloops city council is preparing to put on public consultations about where people can grow medical marijuana. The city is proposing that it be grown in industrial areas of the city (Joe Bryksa/Canadian Press).
Kamloops city council is proposing changes to where marijuana can legally be grown.

There are many factors clouding the issue, but one person who is clear-headed about the topic is activist Carl Anderson.

He helps people get access to the federal marijuana program.

He's been legally producing medical marijuana for 10 years.
Carl speaks with Daybreak guest host Josh Pagé

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