Medical cannabis sales in Georgia have taken a step backwards due to a technicality.
The Georgia Access to Medical Cannabis Commission meet in a special session on Thursday February 2, to backtrack on the previous week's unanimous approval to pass rules for testing, inspections, and distribution of the controlled substance.
"The commission is committed to conducting its business correctly and transparently, therefore we are here today to rescind the motions adopted during the commission's January 25 meeting," Chairman Sid Johnson said during the meeting.
Johnson says when filing began on the previously approved rules for certification, it was discovered a notice of the meeting was not sent to the Office of Legislative Counsel was not notified according to state law. He says other various agencies and special interest groups were notified, but that state law singles out that specific office.
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