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Congress in Washington, D.C., allows medical cannabis reforms to be passed into law

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Medical cannabis is expected to be more readily and widely available in Washington, DC After a bunch of fixes That includes raising the cap on dispensaries and allowing patients to “self-certify” It became law this week.

Congress had until March 22 to intervene in the Medical Cannabis Amendment Act that was signed into law by Washington D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser in January, but federal lawmakers took no action, according to NORML.


In addition to Allow residents to “self-certify” As medical cannabis patients, say some observers It amounts to the de facto adult use marketThe new law:

Cancels the maximum number of dispensaries allowed in the region. Temporarily raising the plant limit for licensed growers. Delivery services and consumption halls are allowed. Expands limited tax relief for operators.

Despite being under the control of congressional legislators, members of the D.C. city government continue to prioritize policies

Read the full article at Marijuana Business Daily

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