Editorial: Medical marijuana: Anything’s better than what we have now

1/15/19–There has been much confusion over the issue of marijuana for medical use in Georgia. The law passed by the Georgia General Assembly in 2015 makes specific exceptions for researchers in possession of the low-THC oil in apparent hopes of getting more reliable information about how well it works. But the 2015 law specifically makes it a crime to produce or sell the oil in Georgia, and federal law makes it illegal to transport it across state lines. As stated in the editorial published in The Moulrie Observer, the legislature ought to approve a path so patients who need the drug can legally obtain it. Read