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.
North Carolina House To Discuss Medical Marijuana
Members of the North Carolina House are getting ready to <a …