A bill to legalize medical marijuana in Kansas took another step toward a House committee vote on Tuesday, with lawmakers introducing a round of amendments for the second day in a row. The proposed revisions ranged from setting THC potency limits to removing prohibitions on certain methods of consuming cannabis. While it remains to be seen which, if any, the House Federal and State Affairs Committee will adopt, they offer a preview of the kind of debates to expect as lawmakers prepare to take action on the legislation later this week. Chairman John Barker (R) said during Monday’s initial hearing that the plan is to have members take most of the week to review the roughly 20 amendments that have been filed and then potentially vote on Thursday.
Kyle Jaeger, Marijuana Moment, 03/23/2021 15:01:00