Nebraska Medical Marijuana Bill Derided As ‘Poison Pill”

The bill would make it impossible to obtain cannabis legally

A bill that would allow marijuana for medicinal use in Nebraska while imposing tight restrictions hit a wall of opposition Wednesday from both legalization advocates and opponents.

Some legalization supporters blasted the measure as a “poison pill” that would effectively make it impossible to obtain the drug legally. They noted that federal law prohibits the transportation of cannabis across state lines, but the bill doesn’t allow producers to grow the plant in-state, so dispensaries wouldn’t be able to obtain it.

The bill also wouldn’t allow smokeable marijuana. Some users say smoking the drug is the only way they experience its medicinal benefits.

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