Kentucky Senate Will Not Vote on Medical Cannabis Bill

Kentucky Senate Will Not Vote on Medical Cannabis Bill
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Ganjapreneur report The Kentucky Senate will not vote on the state’s House-approved medical cannabis legislation because, according to Senate Majority Leader Damon Thayer (R), there are “not enough votes” to pass the bill. Kentucky Senate Majority Leader Damon Thayer (R) told reporters on Tuesday that there are “not enough votes” to pass medical cannabis reforms with only three days left in the state’s legislative session, WHAS 11 reports. The measure was approved by the House earlier this month. Thayer had previously indicated he would bring the bill up for a vote in the chamber were there enough support from lawmakers. Democratic state Sen. Morgan McGarvey disagreed with Thayer’s assessment and said that even if it were true, the Senate should still vote on the proposal before the end of the session. “The people of Kentucky deserve to know who supports it and who doesn’t,” he said in the report. Read more Kentucky Senate Will Not Vote on Medical Cannabis Bill

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