Tennessee Medical Marijuana Bill Dead For The Year

Tennessee Medical Marijuana Bill Dead For The Year
One of the lead sponsors of a medical marijuana bill in Tennessee has withdrawn the measure after telling lawmakers that the legislation has been so watered down that passing it would actually be more harmful, especially to patients.

Tennessee Medical Marijuana Bill Dead For The Year

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  1. WOW REALLY? and when were we supposed to vote on it ..by today? really?????!!!! LOOK AT HOW MUCH MONEY COLORADO MADE IN THE FIRST WEEK OF LEGALIZATION …THEN LOOK AT THE STATE TAXES ALONE THAT THEY BROUGHT IN… AND ANY PERSON WHO HAS TRIED OR DOES SMOKE …THEY DRANK OR TRIED ALCOHOL FIRST. WEED BY ITSSELF HAS NEVER KILLED ANYONE …ITS MEDICAL PROPERTY'S ARE NATURAL…YOUR GOING TO TELL CHILDREN WITH VIOLENT SEIZERS THAT THROW THEMSELVES ABOUT …THEY DONT DESERVE THE CBD WITHOUT THE THC TO HELP STOP THE SEIZURES? OR OLDER PEOPLE WITH ALZHEIMER'S AND EPILEPSY , CANCER PATIENTS HAVE REPORTED NOT ONLY REDUCTION OF SICKNESS BUT THEY FEEL BETTER… not only that , isn't it safer for people to buy it in a shop ,that people would know does not have something added to it that they dont want? Legalize for 18 and older just like cigeretts …no one has ever died from marijuana alone by itself, its non violent, unlike other LEGAL substances can become OH lets say DUIs , liver and ,kidney cancer violent tendency's in some people… ya know…this was an unfair decision and I do not believe enough people were made aware of the vote.

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