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West Virginia medical cannabis bill now asks for dry-leaf rule


Charleston Gazette-Mail

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The Senate Judiciary Committee approved a bill Thursday that would rework the state’s medical cannabis program set to begin next summer.

While it does not specifically allow dispensaries to give out the dry-leaf form of cannabis (which is not available under the program as is), the bill (House Bill 4345) now requires the West Virginia Office of Medical Cannabis to create the rule, which would be subject to legislative approval.

The Medical Cannabis Advisory Board had asked lawmakers to allow the sale of dry-leaf medical cannabis, among a series of other changes.

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