North Dakota lawmakers seek delay in medical cannabis rollout

North Dakota lawmakers, apparently taken by surprise when state voters approved a medical marijuana ballot initiative, are likely to pass a measure delaying the new law by several months to give them more time to iron out the details. Residents of the Republican-leaning state legalized MMJ on Nov. 8 with 64% of the vote. The law was supposed to go into effect Dec. 8. But lawmakers said Monday more time is needed to implement the MMJ program correctly, according to the Associated Press, and they were weighing a delay in the law until the end of July. Both ... North Dakota lawmakers seek delay in medical cannabis rollout is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs