Florida’s Senate is Trying to Limit the THC in Your Medical Cannabis

Florida’s Senate is Trying to Limit the THC in Your Medical Cannabis

It is the tail end of the legislative session, and surprise, the rumors that our Florida legislature is going to try to limit the amount of THC in medical cannabis have come true at the last minute.

After weeks of rumors, and even politicians and veterans rallying in Tallahassee against such a proposal, the proposal was finally filed Friday afternoon in the Senate.

THC is the main psychoactive compound in cannabis and is a key component in cannabis’ medicinal benefits.

Gayle Harrell, a Republican Senator from Stuart, filed the amendment attached to a larger health care package. The last stop for the bill is the Senate Rules committee on Monday afternoon.

This amendment caps THC at 10% potency for patients under 21 years old except for patients whose doctors who call for more THC.

There are no reasons why politicians should try to control the amount of THC medical marijuana patients have access to.

Here is the info for Senator Gayle Harrell’s office also click the button to find your local Florida Senator

Senator Gayle Harrell’s District Office:

  • 215 SW Federal Highway Suite 203 Stuart, FL 34994
  • (772) 221-4019
  • Senate VOIP: 42500
  • FAX (888) 263-7895

Senator Gayle Harrell’s Tallahassee Office:

  • 310 Senate Building
  • 404 South Monroe Street Tallahassee, FL 32399-1100
  • (850) 487-5025
  • Senate VOIP: 5025

Be sure to contact her and let her know why this amendment will be harmful for Florida. Also be sure to contact your local Florida Senator and let them know that legislators don’t need to play doctor and mess with our medical system. Floridians voted in record numbers for our medical marijuana system to consist of all parts of the cannabis plant and not for a limited amount of THC.

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