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 May 5, 2014

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Missouri’s Senate vote unanimously to approve House Bill 2238 Thursday, sending the measure to the governor. The proposal would legalize the possession and distribution of low-THC cannabis extracts.

If signed into law by Governor Jay Nixon, or allowed to become law without his signature, House Bill 2238 would authorize the state’s Department of Agriculture to produce, manufacture and distribute cannabis extract that’s low in THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) and high in CBD (cannabidiol). Those who receive a recommendation from a neurologist would be allowed to possess up to 20 ounces of the extracts.

The proposal also mandates the state to certify a college to cultivate cannabis for research purposes. Its passage in the Senate will send it to the state’s governor for consideration.

Source: TheJointBlog.Com

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  3 Responses to “Missouri Legislature Approves Medical Marijuana Extract Bill”

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    Yet another bill only for a select few, pushing through by political pussies. God forbid any thc was to get into a childs system that already so full of morphine and xanax that they mouth breath in a stupor trying to control their seizures. Meanwhile I suffer stage 3 cancer in a state that will help only those with seizure related diseases while treating the rest of us like our misery is not important. After 20 years of service to my country that put me in harms way and knowingly bathed me in toxic chemicals my doctors believe caused my cancer, Give me the whole plant or give me death

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    So how exactly are we to purchase these extracts?? I understand the department of agriculture is going to “produce” it but are they going to sell it at pharmacies for profit? Can we make our own? What’s the deal? My mom and girlfriend have severe clinic tonic seizures not controlled by “Pfizer” (imagine that) but how ore we supposed to get our hands on the stuff??

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    I used to feel pretty optimistic that missouri had enough common sense to do the right thing on this issue but as time passes I realize what a joke this state has become. Dont get me wrong, I see the benifit it will have for the children but thats just it we will allow the kids to have it but we are going to deny adults the right to produce our own medicine? And even more messed up they gonna tell us how we can administer it? Are they really that afraid somone is gonna smoke a joint? Well, breaking news people smoke pot in this state everday! I suffer from chronic pain and smoking is the best method for me so stop being afraid of your own shadow and allow all missourians the equal opprotunity to produce and use their own medication that works best for them. Hell, oklahoma seems to be making better choices than us and that makes me ashamed to call myself a native missourian.

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