The risks posed by homegrown cannabis mirror some of the risks that we have associated with access to alcohol, tobacco, and pharmaceutical drugs in the home. Again, it really points to the need for public education related to the potential harms of cannabis, particularly to children who may consume it unaware of those risks.
It really points to the need for regulation around self-produced cannabis in terms of the source plants or seeds that will be used as a way of limiting potency, limiting the number of plants and plant material that is available within the home, and ensuring that there's regulation related to storage, labelling, and the use of that product in an edible form that may be, again, more attractive to children.
We support regulations related to safe storage and production. Again, it supports the need for open and non-judgmental conversation between parents and children about what cannabis is, how it can be used safely, and why there are restrictions around use in people who are under the age of 18.