“Most Conservative Medical Cannabis Bill” The Deep South… Whether more concerning than the “deep state” would be stress more easily managed with comprehensive medical cannabis legislation, or not – everything’s kind of up in the air about that right now… Regardless, North and South Carolina kept the fireworks going through July with news breaking headlines.
First, North Carolina showed their sister state to the South that their medical marijuana bill was still fueled by hope and advanced the proposed legislation through committee.
Quick to fire back, South Carolina gubernatorial candidate Joe Cunningham expressed intent to fully legalize weed, smoking and everything, if citizens afforded him the position next November.
Not to be outdone, the esteemed Governor Henry McMaster publicly acknowledged the benefits medical marijuana could afford to those suffering in his state.
Which afforded the hardest working man in the history of South Carolina’s planned medical marijuana program, Tom Davis, attention for his efforts. Medical Marijuana bill sponsor confident after governor’s comments (msn.com)
Then, out of left field, Mississippi’s Governor Tate Reeves raised a banner of hope for the citizens in his state by working with state lawmakers to draft a medical cannabis bill after residents there enacted a ballot initiative – which the Supreme Court subsequently shot down.
Vying not to be out-conservatized, North Carolina State Senate Democrat, Wally Nickel, re-iterated how conservative their bill really is.
Which bill is most conservative? We’ll let you review them each and cast your vote below.