The Regina Police Department raided multiple dispensaries this past week, leaving medical patients scrambling to find quick access to medicine.
Despite an increase in dangerous drugs inside police and corrections custody, Bray did not explain how an inability to prohibit drugs while people are caged is possible when they’re free. Or why an attempt to do so is needed in the first place.
Medical patients, he suggested, had plenty of access via mail order services, as if prescription-holding citizens in need should be denied urgent over-the-counter health services, medicine and consultation. Who is being protected from easy access to safe medicine?