The House and Senate have agreed on how to advertise, tax and enforce a commercial cannabis law. But will Gov. Scott veto it for the lack of roadside testing?
"The three House members of the committee agreed to drop language in the house version of S.54 that would have prevented advertising for cannabis-related businesses. Instead the executive director of the Cannabis Control Board, which would be established by the bill, would consult with the Attorney General and the Department of Health to determine advertising standards for both medical and recreational cannabis products."
Read the Full Story at:
Comment Below... And find more stories on Water Cooler