Gov. Kemp signs bill allowing medical cannabis cultivation, distribution in Georgia

Governor Brian Kemp signed a bill, on Wednesday, that would legalize the production and distribution of medicine derived from cannabis.


  1. So basically prohibiting cannabis growing for the population and in the hands of private companies because apparently the population can’t be trusted about what they can and cannot put in their bodies. Truthfully it would help the economy grow by legalizing cannabis across the board and allowing citizens to grow it. We’d have competitions on who is the best grower. It would clearly be shown that private citizens as opposed to major companies would have better quality over quantity this can be seen now in legal states.

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