No matter the state, you can still get evicted from public housing for using cannabis.
The landlord of the government-subsidized Niagara Towers says the 78-year-old man he evicted over medical cannabis use can move back into his apartment.
Those in public housing may not need to choose between their medication and their source of shelter.
Landlords may ban weed after legalization in this Canadian province, leaving many tenants reconsidering their leases.
The Green Rush has had an interesting effect on the housing market in legal states.
If you rent your home, can you be evicted for smoking weed?