Georgia home to 1,300 registered MMJ patients, despite no program

Despite not having a functional medical marijuana system, roughly 1,300 Georgians have already registered with the state as MMJ patients. That could set the stage for a sizable medical cannabis industry, if Georgia lawmakers decide to fully legalize medical marijuana production and distribution. The patient registry stems from a 2015 law that allows for the use and possession of CBD, but not its cultivation, processing or sale. Because CBD oil isn’t available in Georgia, it means MMJ patients in the state are currently forced to break federal law to obtain their medicine by crossing state lines ... Georgia home to 1,300 registered MMJ patients, despite no program is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs