Oh there's lots of ways around it.
You must not live in the US. I don't say that with derision, it's that it appears you don't understand states rights laws and federal law. You can break a federal law and and yet still be in keeping with a state law. States rights have always been a big thing.
One of the best examples is Massachusetts being the first state in 2005 to legalize same sex marriage. It was federally illegal, but it was recognized in Massachusetts and the federal government let them have that right. The federal government didn't legalize same sex marriage officially until 2014.
Texas has open carry gun laws that would get you arrested in any other states in the U.S. Federal government let them do it.
And as for it being "illegal", then why have states like Colorado, Oregon, Washington and 23 other states have laws on the books for that the federal government deems illegal. These states are breaking the law. Someone needs to stop them. Oh, wait, the government knows and let do it.
"The TSX isn't going to allow a company to break federal law"
So what is Aphria still doing there?
"The TSX isn't going to allow a company to break federal law".
So what is Aphria still doing there then?
California will be fully legal on January 1, 2018. The feds aren't stopping them.
North Carolina, one of the most conservative states in the U.S., has on its ballot for November and is voting to legalizing medical early next year. The feds aren't stopping them.
And I say this, because this is my last post today. People keep saying "illegal". Well, the TSX disagrees with you. And that's really whose voice matters most.
Go ahead and sue Bruce. You need that bag of shit.
Edit: You really believe the TSX hasn't cleared them yet? Wow.
Check Aug 21. You'll find articles dispelling that. And Aphria's response. I like you, but your obviously wrong. You are ignoring those facts or you are willfully rejecting them.