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The Jacksonville City Council wants to regulate growth, processing and dispensing medical marijuana in Jacksonville. Change in attitude towards cannabis in Delaware has been happening at a rapid rate.
Governor Jack Markell signed Senate Bill 138 into law to expand the size of research on the medical benefits of cannabis.
A bill of Greg Steube, Republican member of the Florida House of Representatives, is meant for allowing medical use of nonsmokable marijuana for people with various conditions, like cancer, HIV, multiple sclerosis and any terminal illness where a person is likely to die before a year.
The latest wrinkle in the evolving medical marijuana dispensary plan has come from the tracking bill, which could pave the way for a regulatory framework in the event that a recreational legalization proposal makes the ballot in 2016.
Plants grown by firms being hired, licensed, and overseen by the Texas Department of Public Safety will be used to extract the low-THC, high-CBD oil.
Florida Governor Rick Scott last year signed off on the Compassionate Medical Cannabis Act, so as to allow patients on a special state-registry to use marijuana that helps with issues like seizures, but won't make them high.
According to legal administrator Christopher Ralph, it is not possible for most pharmacies to dispense medical marijuana because it isn't FDA approved. However, compounding pharmacies can.