Wisconsin gov’s cannabis legalization plans might slow MMJ progress

A top Wisconsin legislator is pumping the brakes on the governor’s plans to legalize both medical and recreational cannabis in the state, claiming legislators are still in the early stages of discussing the possibility of legalizing MMJ.

Assembly Speaker Robin Vos told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that if the state budget proposed by Democratic Gov. Tony Evers includes adult-use legalization, a medical program might not get the support it needs from the Wisconsin’s Republican-controlled Assembly and Senate.

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While Vos said discussions have only just begun, Senate Majority Leader Devin LeMahieu said last week that his caucus is “close” to supporting a medical cannabis program for people with chronic pain – an approach Vos approves of.

“I’m going to do everything I can to make sure that it is helping the people who have a chronic disease, not creating a pathway or a gateway to recreational

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