When viewing the Wikipedia article Medical cannabis in Chrome on a desktop, there is a large gap (at least 10 lines of empty space) inserted shortly after the beginning of the "Society and culture" section. The gap splits up the phrase "Czech Republic", and there is also an unnecessary line break after "Countries that have legalized the medical use of cannabis include". When I zoom out far enough, however, the issue disappears. Also, I don't see the problem when viewing the page in Firefox or Microsoft Edge. I did verify that this issue is not isolated to my computer by viewing the page in Chrome on a different computer and observing the exact same problem.
This is all very strange because I viewed the article one day earlier (night of September 3) and there was no problem. I am using the 76.0.3809.132 version of Chrome on a Dell desktop computer (Windows 10). Since that version of Chrome has been released for over a week, and since it appears that the problem started occurring on September 4, I would guess some kind of change was made to Wikipedia on September 4 that is causing the problem. Thank you for giving this issue your attention.