When Canada’s legal cannabis market launched in 2018, Canadians were legally permitted to grow up to four plants at home for personal use—but not in Quebec, where the province’s Cannabis Regulation Act prohibits home cultivation.

Now, the Supreme Court of Canada has agreed to weigh the constitutionality of Quebec’s law, according to a Global News report.

Janick Murray-Hall challenged Quebec’s ban on home cultivation, which the province’s Superior Court declared unconstitutional in 2019 when it ruled that the law fell under federal jurisdiction, the news outlet reported.

The decision was then overturned in 2021 by the Quebec Court of Appeal, sending Murray-Hall to the Supreme Court, according to Global News.

A date has not yet been set for the hearing.