Political developments on the Connecticut medical marijuana front all look good. As reported in the Norwich Bulletin, “a bill that would allow Connecticut adults to legally use marijuana for medical purposes, if the drug is prescribed by their doctor, has cleared its first legislative hurdle. Members of the General Assembly’s Judiciary Committee voted 35-to-8 in support of the bill Wednesday, after an hour-long discussion of the measure. ”
“This year’s bill proposes a system for licensing medical marijuana producers, dispensing the drug, and registering qualified patients with debilitating conditions. Under the proposed bill doctors could prescribe marijuana to patients who suffer from certain specified illnesses. Additionally, the bill would limit medical marijuana prescriptions to a one year supply and require all drug manufacturing and distribution to be done in Connecticut.” Sounds like a jobs bill, which makes sense these days.
Many Connecticut lawmakers have said the bill is the best that has been presented before the committee, and even the legislature, as it addresses many concerns that opponents have raised in previous years. Bill supporters said marijuana should be legalized for medical purpose to help state residents who are suffering from debilitating diseases.”
So, well done Connecticut. Keep moving in the right direction. Legalization, nothing less. Lies made cannabis an outlaw. The truth can fix that.
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