Canadian cannabis entrepreneurs and investors could face a lifetime ban from the US over their involvement in the industry, US media report.
A senior US border official told news site Politico that Canadians in the burgeoning sector could be deemed inadmissible to the US.
Canada is a month away from becoming the first industrialised nation to legalise recreational cannabis use.
While some US states allow pot use, the drug remains federally illegal.
There have been concerns within Canada’s growing cannabis industry for months that they may face trouble crossing the border.
NEW: #Hurricane #Florence has made landfall near Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina at 7:15 AM EDT (1115 UTC) with estimated maximum winds of 90 mph (150 km/h), and a minimum central pressure estimate of 958 mb (28.29″). https://t.co/tW4KeGdBFb pic.twitter.com/vzpe6MjTf9
— National Hurricane Center (@NHC_Atlantic) September 14, 2018
About 1,100 flights scheduled for Friday and Saturday have been canceled as a result of Hurricane Florence, according to the flight tracking site FlightAware.com. That’s in addition to more than 600 cancellations Thursday.
A Salem woman is accused of stealing about $100 from her Greensburg employer while the store was closed and from a can containing donations to the Westmoreland County Humane Society, Greensburg police said.
Security cameras allegedly caught the suspect, Jacqueline Kromka, 31, using a key to enter Canine Confections at 420 E. Pittsburgh St., at 7 p.m. Sept. 10, about two hours after it had closed. Kromka allegedly was seen on the cameras taking $80 set aside for use when the store opened the following day, and about $20 from another part of the store and the donation can.
Charges have been filed more than a year after a multi-vehicle crash that killed a 32-year-old man along State Route 66 in Washington Township, Westmoreland County.
Andrew Davidovich, Jr., 21, is accused of causing the crash on June 9, 2017 that killed Matthew Gibbons and left several other people injured.
(CNN)Explosions and fires rocked nearly 40 homes and businesses in three Massachusetts towns on Thursday, leaving at least 10 people injured, one critically. The incidents may have resulted from an issue with gas service, officials said.Explosions set structures on fire across dozens of blocks and forced evacuations in Lawrence, Andover and North Andover, Massachusetts State Police said. Not all gas had been shut off by Thursday evening and some of the lines were overpressurized, officials said.