FRANKFORT —A medical cannabis bill acquired support and has officially been submitted to the House of Representatives on Wednesday.
State Rep. John Sims is the primary bill sponsor with State Rep. Alan Gentry as a cosponsor. Sims said that he stands behind the bill because of research and studies that show medical marijuana use as effective in certain situations.
“There are studies showing it helps without forcing someone to take pills every day,” said Sims. “This bill would allow for physicians to prescribe it to patients as an option.”
Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes called on Kentuckians who are passionate about medical marijuana to join a campaign to not only educate and lobby the General Assembly in support of the House Bill 166.
“What started as a whisper years ago is now a loud chorus. Kentuckians have declared 2018 as the year…
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