A Missouri coalition has filed a petition that would legalize marijuana in the state for adults and create an “open market,” arguing that doing so would create jobs and boost the economy.
Fair Access Missouri announced its filing with the Missouri Secretary of State’s office on Tuesday, saying that the coalition has worked “for years to establish open markets and fair rules” for entrepreneurs, patients and consumers.
Fair Access Missouri announced a submission to the Missouri Secretary’s Office on Tuesday, and the Union has “for years to establish an open market and fair rules” for entrepreneurs, patients and consumers. He said he had worked.
“Today’s application is the next step in the fight,” Missouri Fairaccess said in a statement. Bring it to Missouri. “
Fair Access Missouri amends a state constitutional amendment that, according to its petition, “allows state-licensed physicians to recommend marijuana for medical purposes to patients with serious illnesses or medical conditions.” I want
Eligible conditions include, among other conditions, cancer, epilepsy, glaucoma, “refractory migraine that does not respond to other treatments”, post-traumatic stress or “terminal illness”.
“Today’s filings are the next step in that fight,” Fair Access Missouri said in a statement. “We’ve seen across the country that smart rules and an open market are the way to go when legalizing cannabis, and that’s what we’ll be bringing to Missouri.”
Fair Access Missouri hopes to revise a state constitutional amendment to “permit state-licensed physicians to recommend marijuana for medical purposes to patients with serious illnesses and medical conditions,” according to its petition.
Qualifying conditions would include cancer, epilepsy, glaucoma, “intractable migraines unresponsive to other treatment,” post-traumatic stress or “any terminal illness,” among other conditions.
The petition proposes adding a section to a state amendment “to permit the safe and legal use of cannabis” by residents 21 years old or older.