Mississippi Lawmaker Introduces Bill to Legalize Medical Cannabis

January 10, 2017 Anthony Martinelli

Legislation that would legalize the medical use, possession and distribution of cannabis for medical purposes has been filed in Mississippi. State Representative Joel Bomgar (R-Madison) has filed House Bill 179, which would make it so that “qualifying patient who possesses a valid registry identification card” are not “subject to arrest, prosecution, or penalty in any [...]

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