The Medical Cannabis Research Act of 2018 are being backed by 24 federal lawmakers, which include Matt Gaetz and House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte. This will help facilitate the approved federal clinics which involves cannabis.
It will also help end the existing monopoly at the University of Mississippi on the cannabis’ growth. As you all know, the growth is for medical purposes, which requires licensing of added manufacturers.
In Paul Armentano’s article, he talks about the production monopoly in marijuana:
Currently, the US National Institute on Drug Abuse designates the University of Mississippi to be the sole provider of marijuana for FDA-approved research. However, many of those familiar with their product have criticized its quality, opining that it possesses subpar potency, is often poorly manicured, and that it does not accurately reflect the wide variety of cannabis products and strains available to consumers. Continue reading full post here…
Will the monopoly of Marijuana be stopped? That is what we need to find out in the next future.