Medical Marijuana Oil Sales Signed Into Georgia Law
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Medical Marijuana Oil Sales Signed Into Georgia Law

Georgia has allowed patients to possess cannabis oil since 2015, but, until now, state law prohibited buying or selling the oil.

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Gov. Brian Kemp on Wednesday signed into law a bill to grow and sell medical marijuana in Georgia, a milestone for patients who are allowed to use the drug but had no way to buy it.

The new law creates a new but limited marijuana industry in Georgia, with up to 9 acres of indoor growing space for cultivation of medical marijuana oil. The oil will then be sold to the state’s growing number of registered medical marijuana users — 9,500 so far.

Georgia has allowed patients approved by a physician to possess cannabis oil since 2015, but until now, state law prohibited buying, selling or transporting the oil. 

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