The House Energy and Commerce Committee announced it will take measures to enlarge the cannabis research bill approval chances on Wednesday.
The bipartisan bill was initially suggested last year and could make two major changes: the bill would simplify the enrollment procedure for researchers that wish to examine cannabis. Secondly, the proposition would enable federally certified researchers to obtain cannabis for research purposes from personal, state-licensed entities.
Presently, the federal government simply enables researchers to utilize cannabis products supplied from the University of Mississippi, which scientists say has more resemblance to more hemp compared to health or adult-use cannabis goods provided by state-licensed retailers. The cannabis research bill suggests letting any number of enrolled suppliers of research-grade cannabis. Continue reading “House Committee Reviewing Cannabis Research Bill”