A Mississippi legislative group agreed on a proposed medical marijuana program that would be more limited than what voters overwhelmingly approved at the ballot box last November.
The proposed measure, for example, would enable local governments to opt out of cultivation, processing and retail sales in their jurisdictions, according to the Associated Press.
But residents could petition for an election to reverse that decision.
In addition, cultivation would be required to be indoors, the AP reported.
The next step is for the state’s legislative leaders to ask Republican Gov. Tate Reeves to call a special session
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