MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — An Alabama commission considering laws about medical marijuana met at the State House to discuss the draft of a medical marijuana bill that’ll be introduced to the Legislature next year.
News outlets report the Medical Marijuana Study Commission met Thursday, the last time they’ll meet before the Dec. 1 filing deadline.
Sen. Tim Melson, and commission chair, asked commission members to study the proposal and make any recommended changes.
The bill would create a Medical Cannabis Commission to manage issuing medical cannabis cards to patients.
The bill would empower the commission to add or remove qualifying conditions based on scientific evidence.
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