Medical Marijuana Warning Label Rejected in Montana

House Bill 389 was shot down at a meeting in Helena, Montana Friday morning with the votes being 50-49. If passed, all medical marijuana sold in Montana would have to, in a minimum of 14-point font, bear this warning:
“Warning: In some instances, marijuana may trigger acute psychosis or symptoms of schizophrenia and other mental illnesses.”

Understand that I am all for taking the proper steps when it comes to legalization and that includes making users aware of adverse effects of cannabis, but I’m glad the 50 Representatives who voted against the label didn’t enact those labels into law. It just seems like government-backed propaganda and that wouldn’t be right.

Caregivers who failed to label their buds with this would have faced a $500 fine if caught.

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Author: Blake

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