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"Senate Bill 1250 also would allow for licensed medical cannabis farms and dispensaries. Under the bill, filed by Sen. Jeff Clemens, D-Lake Worth, the maximum amount of medical pot a patient or caregiver could possess would be 4 ounces of dried medical cannabis or eight pot plants, though state officials could change those amounts through the rulemaking process."
Another bad bill!
Why? a bill on MEDICAL marijuana with no control on the potency? In America, if it becomes law, should it not be under the control of the FDA with guidelines as to quality etc.
I guess the term MEDICAL will now include any material dispensed legally regardless of its efficacy relative to potency.
God, we need more trained scientists and medical professionals reviewing our bills and enacting law. Imagine in this world of regulation, marijuana gets a pass.
Oh man, pass the joint and let me have a hit! [in the background, Barbara Streisand sings 'Memories" scratched out on a vinyl LP]
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