The Montana House of Representatives is moving forward on a measure with bipartisan support that would require cannabis growers to deal with the odor around their businesses.

About The Bill

Sponsored by Rep. Jedediah Hinkle, R-Belgrade, House Bill 304 would require all indoor weed manufacturing operations to install an air filtration system or other "odor neutralization system," reported the Independent Record.

If the measure is enacted, it will go into effect on Jan. 1, 2024. Marijuana businesses will have three months to become compliant once the law goes into effect.

"This bill does not dictate …

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