Patients in Georgia are allowed to consume medical marijuana — if they can find a way to get it.
It’s still illegal to buy or transport cannabis oil in Georgia, even though the state authorized registered patients to use it three years ago.
That could soon change.
Georgia legislators are holding the first in a series of public meetings this month about how to improve access to cannabis oil. The meetings of the Low THC Medical Oil Access Commission could result in legislation to change Georgia’s medical marijuana law next year.
“The whole point of this commission is to figure out how we’re going to legally get this medicine in patients’ hands, because currently there’s no legal way to do it,” said state Sen. Matt Brass, R-Newnan, the commission’s co-chairman.
The Georgia General Assembly didn’t pass a bill this year that would have legalized harvesting and distribution of cannabis oil under government supervision.
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