Florida Bill Would Reduce Doctor Visits for Medical Cannabis Patients

Florida Sen. Jeff Brandes (R-St. Petersburg) has introduced legislation to reduce doctor visits for the state’s registered medical cannabis patients, according to a BayNews9.com report.

The bill, S.B. 214, would reduce required doctor visits from twice a year to once a year, the news outlet reported, and disabled veterans would only need to see a state-certified medical cannabis physician once every other year.

The legislation would also increase the maximum supply of cannabis that doctors can recommend from seven months to 350 days, BayNews9.com reported.

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