DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Lawmakers dissatisfied with the governor’s veto of a medical cannabis invoice are calling for legislative leaders to convene an interim committee to review choices for revising the state’s program.
Sen. Joe Bolkcom and Rep. John Forbes, each Democrats, on Tuesday launched a letter asking Republican leaders who management committee assignments to nominate a research committee to permit enter from advocates, medical specialists and others.
Bolkcom says the committee might develop language that might be introduced to the Legislature in January.
Efforts to get leaders to convene a particular session to override Gov. Kim Reynolds’ veto failed.
The invoice, which handed 96 to three within the Home and 40 to 7 within the Senate, would have elevated the quantity of THC — the psychoactive compound in marijuana that causes a excessive — allowed in medical cannabis.
Reynolds objected to the extent of the rise however indicated willingness to contemplate adjustments.
The Legislative Council, a gaggle of leaders that appoints interim committees and drafts legislative guidelines, meets Thursday.