Two weeks ago, as the Georgia Senate passed a bill lowering medical cannabis potency, Rep. Allen Peake (R- 141 Macon) had a message for supporters – “Don’t worry Georgia, the House will not go backwards.” And as of yet, they’re following through on this promise. According to Peake, the senate bill – SB 16 – which lowers the THC limit (something doctors have said could limit its effectiveness for certain patients) and adds only autism as a covered medical condition, will not pass the house in that form. “The THC level will not be lowered,” said Peake. 

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