ByRyan Randazzo || The Arizona Republic
Cheaper medicinal cannabis cards and adding autism and post-traumatic stress disorder as conditions eligible to receive a card are two of several changes to cannabis rules in Arizona under consideration at the Legislature.
Sen. T.J. Shope, R-Coolidge is the sponsor of Senate Bill 1466, which passed the House Health and Human Services Committee on Monday after previously clearing the full Senate. That puts the measure just a few votes away from the governor’s desk.
The bill has widespread support, even from members of an advisory committee to the state that the bill would eliminate via one of its provisions.
The major elements of the proposed changes include: