JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Missourians could be voting on a medical marijuana proposal in two years, if a Columbia marijuana reform advocate is successful.

Columbia attorney Dan Viets tells Missourinet he hopes to get a medical marijuana proposal on the statewide ballot in 2018.

Viets says the Missouri Legislature is never going to pass what he calls a “good” medical marijuana law. “I doubt they’re (the Legislature) going to pass any kind of medical marijuana law. We’re not counting on that at all,” Viets says. “We are looking to the voters of this state to reform the medical marijuana laws. We hope to have a good medical marijuana proposal on the ballot here in November of 2018.”

Click here to read the complete article

Brian Hauswirth ~ Missourinet via ~

Recent News Articles

Monday June 24

Could CBD Fight Superbugs? Marijuana Compound Shows Promise As an Antibiotic - Cannabis News

in Medical News

by Bruce Kennedy - Editor in Chief

The quest for new antibiotics has led researchers to a surprising candidate: the marijuana compound…

266 hits

Monday June 24

Cannabis Brands Need to Establish a Purpose That Doesn’t Rely on Marijuana Puns - Cannabis…

in Finance

by Bruce Kennedy - Editor in Chief

Most have no brand relevancy or purpose and are woefully inept at creating brand experience.

288 hits

Monday June 24

Japanese students more open to use of marijuana, survey suggests - Cannabis News

in World News

by Bruce Kennedy - Editor in Chief

Japanese junior high school students have become more open to the use of marijuana, in…

269 hits

Monday June 24

South Carolina hemp farming could top 3,000 acres as states scramble for a piece of…

in Cannabis News

by Bruce Kennedy - Editor in Chief

In just its second year growing hemp, South Carolina is projecting a 1,200% increase in…

692 hits

Tuesday June 25

Illinois becomes 11th state to allow recreational marijuana - Cannabis News

in Top Stories

by Bruce Kennedy - Editor in Chief

Illinois’ new governor delivered on a top campaign promise Tuesday by signing legislation legalizing small…

570 hits