KANSAS CITY, Mo. —
Two different bills are being drafted to make medical marijuana legal in Kansas, KSNT-TV reports.
Lisa Ash Sublett, who founded the group Bleeding Kansas, helped last year to introduce the Kansas Safe Access Act amendment to legalize medical marijuana. The House rejected it.
Sublett told KSNT that Holland’s bill leaves out important pieces, like the ability for patients in rural areas to home-grow marijuana.
Both measures are expected to be introduced in the coming weeks.
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