Iowans could look to Minnesota for low-THC medical cannabis

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Top state lawmakers in Iowa and Minnesota are trying to work out a system allowing Iowans to buy low-THC medical marijuana oils and pills in Minnesota, a novel arrangement that could raise issues with the federal government.

It could also bolster sales for Minnesota’s only two MMJ manufacturers: LeafLine Labs and Minnesota Medical Solutions.

A bill signed by Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad expands a limited 2014 law by allowing more patients to buy low-THC medication from in-state dispensaries by December 2018, The Des Moines

Iowans could look to Minnesota for low-THC medical cannabis is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs

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