The first medical marijuana license issued by the state of Texas will be going to a company called Cansortium Texas. The company, with administrative offices in Schulenberg, Texas, says they are humbled and honored to have earned a license as a low-THC dispensing organization.
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Texas medical marijuana reform is unlikely to occur in 2017. On May 29, 2017, the state’s legislative session came to a close; and with it, all hopes of passing House Bill 2107, a bill legalizing medical marijuana in the state.
On May 9, 2017, Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal signed Senate Bill 16, a medical cannabis expansion bill that adds six new conditions to the list of conditions that qualify for low-thc oil in the state.
Rep. Allen Peake, a state congressman in Georgia, has begun distributing medical marijuana oil to qualifying patients within the state. Although Georgia legalized low-THC medical marijuana in 2015, there is no legal method for patients to obtain it, which prompted Peake to take action.
Medical Marijuana is legal in Florida as of Tuesday, but the change is not coming without challenges for patients.
On Dec. 21, 2016, CHT Medical, a subsidiary of Chestnut Hill Tree Farm and one of the five original nurseries licensed to cultivate non-euphoric medical marijuana in Florida, announced that it had received state authorization to begin processing and distributing medical marijuana.
On Dec. 12, 2016, the Florida Division of Administrative Hearings posted a settlement in the case of McCrory’s Sunny Hill Nursery v. Florida Department of Health.
Democratic Senator Jose Menendez filed Senate Bill 269 Tuesday morning. Menendez was joined by veterans, doctors and families at the State Capitol.
Florida might finally vote to legalize medical marijuana November 8. But beginning Monday, a few South Floridians will be able to use a strain of low-THC cannabis oil called Haleigh’s Hope.
On July 27, 2016, the Florida Department of Health announced that Surterra Therapeutics, the first company in Florida to receive a cultivation license, had been authorized by the DOH to begin processing and dispensing low-THC medical marijuana.
On July 23, 2016, Trulieve, a medical marijuana dispensary licensed by the state of Florida, announced that it had made the first authorized home delivery of low-THC medical cannabis.
On April 28, 2016, the Alabama State Legislature voted to allow the possession of low-THC medical marijuana oil. According to AL.com, the Senate voted in favor of its version of the bill, SB 115, by a margin of 29-3 and the House voted for its version, HB61, 95-4.
On March 3, 2016, Shelley Gillen, a mother whose 13-year-old son suffers from severe epileptic seizures, met with Nebraska Sen. Sue Crawford in an attempt to convince the senator to support LB 643, a bill introduced by Sen. Tommy Garrett that would establish the Cannabis Compassion and Care Act.