Kansas Legislative Committee Approves First Steps to Legalize Medical Cannabis
The committee recommended that legislators consider allowing residents of legal medical cannabis states to use it in Kansas and suggested that the state study Ohio's medical marijuana program.
The Select Committee on Federal and State Affairs has recommended that Kansas legislators take the first steps toward the enforcement of cannabis legislation for medical purposes in the state.
The Legislative Committee recommended the October 30 to legislators to consider allowing medical cannabis patients enrolled in other states to use their medical cannabis products in Kansas, although Kansas residents are not allowed to use medical cannabis. medical cannabis obtained in other states, according to a local chain WDAF-TV report .
The committee also recommended that Kansas investigate Ohio's medical cannabis program, which limits patients to a supply of 90 day products and banned smokable cannabis, according to the media.
The 2020 Kansas Legislature will begin in January and legislators should tackle the new legislation on cannabis policy reform, although past attempts have all failed in the face of strong state opposition.