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KARL AZZOPARDI THE cannabis reform Bill is one step away from being passed in parliament after it cleared committee stage on Tuesday. In a four-hour-long sitting MPs discussed the individual clauses and approved minor changes to the Bill that will allow people to possess up to 7g of cannabis, grow the plant at home and buy from regulated clubs. However, despite being against the re- form, the Opposition MPs on the com- mittee did not put forward any substantial amendments. WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT WEDNESDAY EDITION €1.00 WEDNESDAY • 1 DECEMBER 2021 • ISSUE 766 • PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY EDITORIAL • PAGE 11 ANALYSIS PAGES 8 & 9 PAGE 3 PAGE 3 PAGE 5 Cannabis reform: One vote away from becoming law Man accused of sending poison- pen letters denied bail a second time After Malta, Germany set to make pot mainstream Opposition MPs raise a number of concerns on cannabis reform in committee stage but do not put forward substantial amendments MATTHEW AGIUS NATIONALIST MP and Caruana Galizia family lawyer Jason Azzo- pardi has testified about the fear and psychological toll caused by anon- ymous hate mail he received on a regular basis, for seven years. The court refused a second bail request filed by lawyers for Joseph Mary Borg, 71 of Valletta, the man accused of sending the letters. Man treated at Mater Dei hospital after being bitten by 'exotic animal' MaltaToday is informed a tiger in a local zoo bit the man PN MP Jason Azzopardi

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