Ahead of a potential Florida cannabis legalization vote on the ballot this November, a Republican lawmaker has preemptively filed a bill that would impose strict limitations on THC potency if the reform is approved by voters.
Rep. Ralph Massullo (R) introduced the legislation on Friday, proposing a THC cap that is significantly lower than what’s available in most state markets. It would take effect 30 days after voters pass any future constitutional amendment to enact legalization.
The bill would set a 10 percent THC limit for cannabis products that are meant for smoking and a 60 percent limit for other forms of cannabis, such as extracts. Edibles could not contain more than 200 milligrams of THC, and individual servings could only have up to 10 milligrams.
This would create serious logistical and commercial problems for any adult-use market, and it’d likely be met with significant pushback from consumers, advocates, and stakeholders if enacted. Cannabis flower that’s sold at the average recreational retailer or medical dispensary typically hovers around 20-30 percent THC.
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