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Convenience store advocate bows out of marijuana debate, wants Ottawa's ear on regulations, credit card fees

News | MARCO VIGLIOTTI
Published: Friday, 02/12/2016 2:04 pm EST
Last Updated: Tuesday, 02/16/2016 5:19 pm EST
Courtesy of Alex Scholten
Alex Scholten, president of the Canadian Convenience Stores Association, said his members are not planning to lobby Ottawa or the provinces for the right to sell marijuana once it’s legalized.

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