FLORIDA: Lawmakers have revived their plans to quicken the pace of making certain strains of medical marijuana available to Floridians.
Sen. Rob Bradley, R-Fleming Island, filed an amendment to his medical marijuana bill, giving new life to legislation that had stalled. Lawmakers postponed a vote on the amendment Monday, but Bradley said a solution is “workable,” even if a “difficult road to hoe.”
The amended bill (SB 7066) would allow cannabis that’s low in high-causing THC but beneficial for pain reduction to be sold in Florida, bypassing a regulatory logjam. It also raises the maximum TCH levels allowed from 0.8 percent to 15 percent.