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    The regulation of cannabis is one of the reasons a psychotherapist is voting yes in this year's cannabis referendum

    The regulation of cannabis is one of the reasons a psychotherapist is voting yes in this year's cannabis referendum


    Doctor Kyle MacDonald says when he was growing up cannabis was mucheasier to get hold of than alcohol.

    He says it's understandable that when people talk about legalisation they think it's going to be a free for all.

    Dr MacDonald says when you tightly regulate the cannabis market - you can restrict the age, the strength and the products that are sold.

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