Kentucky Legislature Considering Marijuana Policy Reform

Jan 18, 2018 , , , , ,

The Kentucky Legislature began its 2018 session last week, and marijuana policy reforms are already among the top issues being discussed in Frankfort. A medical cannabis bill, HB 166, has already been introduced in the House.

But that’s not all. Sen. Dan Seum, chairman of the Republican Senate Caucus, held a press conference to announce that he is introducing a bill, SB 80, that would legalize, regulate, and tax cannabis for adults 21 and older.

If you are a Kentucky resident, please send your representatives and senators a message and urge them to support reforming marijuana laws in 2018.

2 responses to “Kentucky Legislature Considering Marijuana Policy Reform”

  1. Good – it is time we came out of the dark ages about Marijuana – It is a miracle drug and helps thousands of people get relief from chronic pain. It’s too bad Trump put that old jerk, Jeff Sessions, in charge and then he had to try to make a name for himself by going after Marijuana because he is so uneducated on it – the old fool should have retired before he got a chance to sig the Federal authorities onto the people who supply Medical marijuana. Anyone who reads up on it would never bad mouth it – it is no longer a weed that you smoke behind a shed – it is a miracle drug and should be legal through America.

  2. What would really help is if you run PSA announcements that would help get the word out to vote on the medical marijuana House Bill166 and SB 80 to legalize marijuana please help Kentucky

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