Georgia To Issue First Medical Marijuana Cards Tuesday

The Georgia Department of Public Health’s website will go live Tuesday morning.

GEORGIA:  Gov. Nathan Deal told Channel 2’s Lori Geary, “Tomorrow is going to be a good day,” in an exclusive interview about the launch of Georgia’s medical marijuana cards. Geary learned the Georgia Department of Public Health’s website will go live Tuesday morning. An emotional Deal says parents of kids with severe seizure disorders were the driving Read the full article…

Georgia Families Risk Fines In Resupplying Medical Marijuana

Patients who need cannabis oil for medical treatment say they will face risks and hurdles even after medical marijuana becomes legal on Thursday.

GEORGIA:  Patients who need cannabis oil for medical treatment say they will face risks and hurdles even after medical marijuana becomes legal in Georgia on Thursday. Gov. Nathan Deal will sign a law making possession of up to 20 ounces of cannabis oil legal in Georgia. But patients needing the oil still have to go Read the full article…

Governor Supporting New Bill To Legalize Medical Marijuana

City Council to host public hearing Monday on creating regulations

GEORGIA:  Channel 2 Action News has learned Gov. Nathan Deal is supporting state Rep. Allen Peake‘s plan to decriminalize medical marijuana in Georgia. Channel 2 political reporter Lori Geary talked exclusively with the governor Friday about the new bill that would mean big relief to families with children who suffer from seizure disorders.  Deal told Geary he Read the full article…

Medical Marijuana Changes On Tap Today

GA lawmakers from both chambers passed a bill allowing the limited use of medical marijuana, but it failed to gain final approval amid infighting.

GEORGIA:  Gov. Nathan Deal’s staff has quietly worked on a plan to allow the limited use of medical marijuana since lawmakers scuttled a legislative push to do so last month. He is ready to unveil that proposal later today. Deal will hold a press conference this afternoon to outline his plan that could allow some families Read the full article…