Most (88%) Ontarians ‘Support’ Creation of Province-Wide Registry of Homes Used as Marijuana Grow-Ops

One Quarter (24%) of Ontarians have Seen or Know of Homes in their Neighbourhood that Have Been Used as a Grow-Op

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Toronto, ON – Most (88%) Ontarians ‘support’ the ‘creation of a province-wide registry of homes used as former marijuana grow-operations’ – with a full majority (57%) being ‘very supportive’ – while only one in ten (12%) are ‘not supportive’ (5% not at all/7% not very) of such a policy move, according to a new Ipsos Reid poll...

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Most (88%) Ontarians ‘Support’ Creation of Province-Wide Registry of Homes Used as Marijuana Grow-Ops

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