Senate Bill 2095 passed the Senate Public Health Committee on Wednesday
A bill to create a medical marijuana program is headed for debate in the Mississippi Senate in coming days.
Senate Bill 2095 passed the Senate Public Health Committee on Wednesday. It would allow a person with a marijuana prescription to obtain up to 3.5 grams of the substance per day.
Republican Gov. Tate Reeves has said that amount is too large and he believes it would lead to widespread recreational use of the drug. He wants legislators to revise the bill.
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