The Georgia House and Senate approved a medical cannabis cultivation bill with a 34 to 20 vote that allows state-licensed cultivation and sale of cannabis for medical purposes. The bill will now be sent to the state’s governor. Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan called the bill’s approval a “huge win for Georgia families.”
The bill grants state licenses for up to six companies and two state universities to set up greenhouses and attached lab-like spaces for manufacturing a liquid made from cannabis.
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