Tax On Medical Marijuana In Alabama To Be Decided In Upcoming Election Cycle

Voters in Cullman County, Alabama will have to decide on setting up a 15 percent tax on any medicinal cannabis sold after the members of the Alabama Senate greenlighted a local referendum bill that already had cleared the Alabama House, reported The Cullman Times.

The bill (HB 469), from House Rep. Corey Harbison (R-Good Hope), Reps. Randall Shedd (R-Fairview) and Tim Wadsworth (R-Arley), which advanced through the state legislature on Wednesday now awaits Gov. Kay Ivey's signature. Instead of directly imposing a tax on medical cannabis sold locally, the measure proposes that the question be included on ballots in the upcoming 2024 cycle election.

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