The 68th legislative session in Montana was a rollercoaster for lawmakers pushing for cannabis policy change. From a bill that would end the recreational cannabis market statewide to a measure seeking changes in permissible THC amounts in edibles, only a few made the cut on the road to Gov. Greg Gianforte's desk.

On Monday, the governor gave the green to several measures that could bolster the industry, reported KRTV.

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