Louisiana Protection Bill Headed to Governor

Jun 06, 2017 , , , , ,

On Monday, SB 35, Sen. Yvonne Colomb’s bill to establish legal protections for medical cannabis industry workers, was approved by the Louisiana House. It now heads to Governor John Bel Edwards, who is expected to sign it into law.

The passage of this bill is critical to ensuring Louisiana will someday finally have a workable medical marijuana program. However, there are a few other tweaks — either to regulations that put doctors at risk under federal law or to statutes to require those regulations to be fixed — needed to ensure a workable program.

MPP sends hearty congratulations to everyone who contacted their elected officials on behalf of this important bill, particularly the hardworking team at Sensible Marijuana Policy for Louisiana who have spent years on the ground organizing on behalf of the seriously ill in the state.

3 responses to “Louisiana Protection Bill Headed to Governor”

  1. It’s a Blessing that it will be here soon! IT will be so good to get off so many pills. When I think about taking 5 pills at one time makes me really sick it’s hard each time all day long!

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