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Proposed bill would create THC limits in Iowa

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Published: Feb. 12, 2020 at 6:56 AM CST
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A new bill in the state legislature would expand parts of Iowa's medical cannabis program, including more regulations on THC.

The bill moved out of a House public safety committee Tuesday.

The bill would limit patients to 25 grams over a 90-day period. Currently, there is no legal limit on how much THC Iowans can buy.

Last year, Governor Kim Reynolds vetoed a bi-partisan bill on medical cannabis, citing concerns about giving patients too much THC.

THC is the chemical that causes the high in marijuana.

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