Tennessee Democrats Introduce Marijuana Bills, Including One to Allow Out-of-State Medical Cards
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Tennessee Democrats Introduce Marijuana Bills, Including One to Allow Out-of-State Medical Cards

The measure would let Tennesseans have up to a half-ounce of marijuana, so long as they had a prescription card from another state.

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January 30, 2019
The Tennessean

In what is expected to be the first of many bills related to marijuana proposed this year, three new measures were introduced Tuesday. 

Sen. Sara Kyle, D-Memphis, and Rep. Gloria Johnson, R-Knoxville, introduced a bill that would allow a Tennessean with a valid medical marijuana prescription card issued in another state to carry a small amount of the drug in the Volunteer State.

The measure, SB 260/HB 234, would let Tennesseans have up to a half-ounce of marijuana, so long as they had a prescription card from another state.

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