Virginia Legislature Aproves "Let Doctors Decide" Legislation

Discussion in 'Current Events' started by mmcbride, Feb 8, 2018.

  1. mmcbride

    mmcbride Administrator Staff Member

    Thursday, February 8, 2018

    Legislation passed by both chambers of Virginia's legislature unanimously approving a measure allowing physicians to prescribe CBD or THC-A oil is headed for the governor's desk – and it's anticipated he will sign it.

    The bill, introduced by Sen. Siobhan Dunnavant (R-12th District), is more commonly referred to as “Let Doctors Decide.”

    A licensed OB/GYN, Sen. Dunnavant regards medical marijuana as a topic best addressed by other doctors – and not politicians. Dunnavant concluded physicians should be “the decision-makers” with regards to medical marijuana. A doctor first and a politician second, Dunnavant views the issue as a matter of physiology and science over politics and procrastination.

    Virginia Medical Marijuana
     
  2. bennykokomilo

    bennykokomilo Registered

    that would be welcome
     
  3. Pupp

    Pupp Registered+

    They just added THC-A to make the legislation look good. THC-A can't pass the blood-brain barrier.
     

Share This Page