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Two of Tennessee’s most prominent public officials are calling for the legislature to study how legalized medical marijuana might impact the state.
Only months after a MMJ bill died in the legislature, Lt. Gov. Randy McNally and House Speaker Beth Harwell are setting up the Joint Ad Hoc Committee on Medical Cannabis, The Tennessean reported.
In a letter announcing the creation of the committee, McNally and Harwell mandated that its members “study, evaluate, analyze and undertake a comprehensive review regarding whether the legalization of cannabis for medicinal purposes is in the best interest of the state.”