OTTAWA – Health Canada is spending $1.5 million to air recycled ads on prescription drugs and pot in the run-up to the fall federal election.
One of Vancouver’s most prestigious annual cultural events has been warned it could face millions of dollars in fines for putting marijuana dispensary advertisements in its program guide.
Newly released figures show the Conservative government spent more than $7 million on a 10-week, anti-drug advertising campaign that wrapped up at the end of last month.
Licensed medical marijuana producers say federal advertising rules pertaining to the drug are impeding their ability to adequately inform doctors and patients of treatment options.
A Montana judge permanently has banned enforcement of key provisions of the state’s medical marijuana law.
Anti-marijuana ads tested with parents get strong reaction for IQ claims, despite researchers' doubts
20 medical marijuana producers accused of overpromoting products on web
The federal government’s latest anti-marijuana ad says the science on the drug is clear.
Today, United for Care, the largest organization advocating for Amendment 2 on Florida’s November ballot, sent a cease and desist letter to all of the television stations broadcasting the latest ad produced by the No on 2 campaign entitled “It’s Nuts.”
It’s too late for Maureen Dowd, but marijuana advocates hope they can prevent others from suffering through a too-harsh high.