US (ND): Bill would increase THC purchase limit for North Dakota MMJ patients

North Dakota medical cannabis patients could purchase more products under a bill introduced in the state Senate.

The Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday heard Senate Bill 2068, introduced by Sen. Kristin Roers, R-Fargo. The bill would increase the limit of THC that medical cannabis patients may purchase in a 30-day period from 4,000 milligrams to 8,000. THC is what gives cannabis users a high.

Roers said the bill, advanced by the state’s Medical Marijuana Advisory Board, strives to address differences in THC amounts in differing products and to move patients away from dried leaves and flowers to manufactured products, which she said have a consistent dose of THC.

Products’ THC amounts can vary such that purchasing two of the same item would surpass the 4,000-milligram limit for patients who prefer certain manufactured products over dried leaves and flowers, according to Roers.

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