Delaware Governor Signs Medical Marijuana Improvement Bill

Jul 13, 2017 , , , , ,


On Wednesday, Delaware Gov. John Carney signed SB 24 into law. Now, patients in the First State suffering from PTSD will no longer need to visit a psychiatrist in order to obtain a certification for medical cannabis. They can instead get their certifications signed by any physician. The change to the program takes effect immediately.

The bill — known as the Bravery Bill — was sponsored by Sen. Margaret Rose Henry, who is also sponsoring Delaware’s adult use cannabis bill, HB 110. An earlier version of SB 24 would have also added anxiety disorders to the program, but that language was removed from the final bill.


One response to “Delaware Governor Signs Medical Marijuana Improvement Bill”

  1. Medical Marijuana is the only Marijuana use I believe should be permitted. General use NO there will be problems,

    big time, now and in the future..

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