“The state of cannabis in Kansas is currently clear. For either medical or recreational purposes, it is illegal.
The Marijuana Policy Project reports that Kansas is one of two remaining states with no existing medical marijuana laws, the only other being Idaho. With the 2017 legislative session effectively over after the passage of a state budget, it is safe to say medical marijuana will remain categorically illegal in its myriad forms for at least another year.
But for how long Kansas holds to its strict policy is yet to be seen.”
Attempts have been made, and in 2015 a bill passed the house. Things are looking more promising for 2018 though…..
…and the article’s got an interesting discussion of what cannabis cultivation can mean to the economic as well as the physical health of the residents of an agricultural state like Kansas.
Well worth reading….
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See full article – Medical cannabis in Kansas: hope or hopeless?