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I can understand what the OP is going through. These old buildings can have huge gaps between the floor and the walls, allowing smoke/fumes to go from one room to the next.
Depending on the building, it's likely that smoking is not allowed inside at all. Speak to your landlord or super regarding the regulations and if your neighbor is violating them. If that doesn't work, my next stop would be the police. Good luck.
You're probably gonna have to move, especially if its a big building. You can talk to the cops but they probably dont want to get involved. I hate to say this but alot of people are not really bothered by weed and cops are just like you and I.
If you're getting bad headaches, it may be a good idea to ask them to share, it would take care of that problem
What's the address? I'll go smoke with them....um....talk to them
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