For almost a month, we had been hearing them talk about legalizing recreational marijuana almost every day.
Every newscast that you saw had some kind of blurb on how close our state was getting to legalizing recreational marijuana.
My husband was still on the fence about whether it would ever really pass into becoming a law, backspace. Now, here it is six months later, and they have dropped the subject of legal recreational marijuana. Although legal, medical marijuana is going strong in our state, they are making it more difficult to get. They are trying to eliminate all marijuana dispensary products that have more than a minimal amount of CBD. With my arthritis problems, CBT is the one thing that my doctor told me would be best for me to use. The reason for going to a medical marijuana dispensary to purchase CBD was because it was not just a hemp derivative, but they made it out of quality marijuana plants that gave it better potency for helping with pain. My doctor knew that I didn’t want to use THC. I was not interested in getting high or using it as a hallucinogenic, but I wanted to have CBD with a small amount of THC to help ease my pain and make the rest. I have a lot of family members who used to enjoy using recreational marijuana, but it looks like that part of the law will not pass this year, but I’m glad the medical marijuana will still be legal. I feel bad for family members who used street recreational marijuana for pain, but they could get the medical marijuana ID card just like I did.