Iowa Attorney General Halts Part of Medical Marijuana Program

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Iowa Attorney General Halts Part of Medical Marijuana Program

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The Iowa Attorney General’s Office advised the Iowa Department of Public Health this month that it should not implement a small section in Iowa’s new medical marijuana law that requires the state, before the end of the year, to license up to two “out-of-state” dispensaries from a bordering state. Those entities would have been expected to bring cannabis oil into Iowa in order to sell it.

That’s considered illegal under federal law.

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