Georgia Will Be First State to Sell Marijuana at Pharmacies

Medical marijuana will soon be available in pharmacies in Georgia. The state is set to become the first in the U.S. to legalize the purchase of products containing THC at local pharmacies this year, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported earlier this month. Per CNN, before 2023 ends, residents “who meet the extremely narrow criteria” required by the medical cannabis law will be able to purchase low-dose THC products at state pharmacies to treat various ailments. This week, Gary Long, the CEO of medical cannabis company Botanical Sciences, told CNN that he wants Georgia officials to let go of negative connotations surrounding the plant’s extracts.

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