Traffic lines up north bound and south bound at the Peace Arch border crossing in Blaine. Longer lines are a possibility if agents do more secondary inspections if marijuana is legalized on both sides of the border.
Traffic lines up north bound and south bound at the Peace Arch border crossing in Blaine. Longer lines are a possibility if agents do more secondary inspections if marijuana is legalized on both sides of the border. Staff The Bellingham Herald file
Traffic lines up north bound and south bound at the Peace Arch border crossing in Blaine. Longer lines are a possibility if agents do more secondary inspections if marijuana is legalized on both sides of the border. Staff The Bellingham Herald file

Even if you don't smoke it, Canada's legalization of pot could impact you in this way

April 09, 2018 05:00 AM