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North Carolina senators approve committee to legalize medical marijuana law

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The North Carolina Senate committee agreed Bill to legalize medical marijuana On Tuesday, days after a senior House lawmaker said his House was in a position to enact reform in this session after blocking similar legislation last year.

Senate Judiciary Committee which Hold a preliminary hearing on the legalization of cannabis From Sen. Bill Rabone (R) last week, he submitted it on a voice vote. Several modifications have also been adopted.

The measure, which will have two more stops in the Senate before potentially heading to Earth, would allow patients with qualifying conditions such as cancer, epilepsy, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and multiple sclerosis to own and purchase cannabis from licensed dispensaries.

“The intent of this bill is to make only changes to existing state law that are necessary to protect patients and their physicians from criminal and civil penalties, and it will not intend to change criminal and civil law for non-medical marijuana use,” Rabun said before the committee vote.

Before approving the bill, members adopted a number of amendments, including one aimed at increasing law enforcement’s real-time access to data and providing greater clarity on information required to be shared with police by patients of medical cannabis.

Other approved changes have been added

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