Georgia lawmakers send medical cannabis cultivation bill to governor

The Georgia House and Senate agreed to something very new, if limited: state-licensed cultivation and sale of cannabis for medical purposes.

This isn’t patients and caregivers growing some plants in the yard. It’s state licenses for up to six companies and two state universities to set up greenhouses and attached lab-like spaces for manufacturing a liquid made from cannabis.

Under this law, registered patients could buy that liquid from pharmacies, if those pharmacies choose to sell it and get permission to do so from a new state commission.

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