Iowa attorney general halts medical cannabis oil import plan

An unusual attempt by Iowa to work with another state to transport medical marijuana oil across state lines is on hold amid legal concerns it could invite scrutiny from the federal government. Iowa’s MMJ law, updated this year, mandates that the state license two cannabis oil producers and five dispensaries in the state by the end of the 2018. The law also prohibits smoking medical marijuana. But to get cannabis oil to patients sooner, Iowa lawmakers included a provision in the law requiring the state to license – before the end of 2017 – two out-of-state MMJ dispensaries to ... Iowa attorney general halts medical cannabis oil import plan is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs