Madison, Weiss. Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online. Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online.
The bill was heard after the legislature adjourned for a year, which means the idea could be implemented soon next year.
Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online. But according to Republican supporters, they are trying to start a debate and introduce another bill next year.
Public opinion polls in Wisconsin have consistently supported the legalization of both medical and recreational marijuana. But Republicans, who have been in full control of the legislature since 2011, have repeatedly blocked any attempt to repeal the law.
Another time, medical marijuana law came to a public hearing in 2009 when Democrats dominated the assembly. The bill has not passed.
Outraged marijuana advocates have seen all four neighboring Wisconsin states repeal their laws, making Wisconsin a forbidden island. Recreational marijuana is legal in northern Michigan for Wisconsin and southern Illinois. Both Minnesota and Iowa allow medical marijuana.
Eighteen states have fully legalized marijuana.
Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online.
Democrat Sen. Melissa Agard, a staunch supporter of full-fledged law enforcement, said: “In this Wisconsin, we cannot pass legislation that is more than half-baked, inadequate. Statement before the hearing. She plans to testify against the law.
“We have to put all our efforts behind the cannabis legitimacy,” Agarrd said.
Bill Sponsor Senator Mary Felzkovsky, a Republican, insisted that Tomahawk’s goal was not to legalize recreational marijuana, but to provide alternative medical care.
“Who are we going to tell you?” Said Felzkovsky, a cancer survivor.
Pat Snyder, a spokesman for the conference, said 37 other states – both Republican and Democratic – have already legalized medical marijuana.
“I don’t know why,” he said.
Snyder backtracked on those seeking full legitimacy, saying he would never pass the Republican-led legislature. However, he and Felzowski say medical marijuana is different.
“Medical marijuana is not a party affair,” Felzowski testified. “This is a matter for all of us.”
The Wisconsin Medical Society, which represents doctors in the state, said in a statement that it was too early to comment on a study on marijuana.
“Any ‘therapeutic’ marijuana program is imitating the real treatment methods found in scientific research, unless it is determined which substances in scientifically grown marijuana can be treated and harmful,” said medical community lobbyist Mark Grapintin.
This Wisconsin session was a bill from Democrats and Republicans that legalized medical marijuana, and a bill from Democrats that legalized recreational services and destroyed marijuana holdings.
All of these actions came as the Republican-controlled legislature adjourned in February.
Felzowski’s account is limited. For example, medical marijuana does not allow smoking; She says smoking cessation will get more support from Republican lawmakers. Democratic Medical Marijuana Bill Allows Smoking.
Her bill also allows medical marijuana to be subject to certain medical conditions, but she says she is open to expanding her eligibility.
The trial is set for April 20, also known as “420 days,” an annual marijuana holiday. Felzowski said this was a coincidence and chose Wednesday for the hearing because it was a crowded time.
Felzowski, 58, said before the hearing: “My staff said, ‘Yes, we thought you knew.’ I’m a little bit, I’m not on the reference.