By DAVID BEARD
The Dominion Post
CHARLESTON, W.Va. – The state’s medical cannabis program is set to take effect July 1, and a panel of experts addressed what needs to be done to fix flaws in the legislation, and possibly move a step farther to recreational use, during a West Virginia Press Association Legislative Lookahead Friday.
Diana Stout, with the state treasurer’s office, explained the banking problem that surfaced at the end of last session.
Then-Speaker Tim Armstead blocked a proposed fix to the problem that had passed the Senate but contained technical errors from coming to the House floor on the last day of the session.
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