Mississippi Lawmakers Send Medical Cannabis Bill To Governor

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The 445-page bill also creates a host of regulations for dispensaries

The Mississippi House of Representatives and Senate on Wednesday passed a bill that would permit the use of medical marijuana.

S.B. 2095, sent to Gov. Tate Reeves, would permit the use of medical cannabis use by “certain patients who have debilitating medical conditions,” including “chronic pain,” and would “provide for the allowable amount of medical cannabis by a qualified patient,” among other provisions.

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