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KY Medical Cannabis Advisory Committee Town Hall meeting

From Morgan Hall

Frankfort, KY - - The Team Kentucky Medical Cannabis Advisory Committee appointed by Gov. Andy Beshear to travel the state and listen to Kentuckians' views on medical cannabis is hosting a town hall meeting on Tuesday, July 15, 2022, from 5:30pmET until 7pmET at Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Conference Center - C105 Auditorium, 200 Mero Street, Frankfort, KY. Attendees are encouraged to register, but it is not required. This will be one of 2 meetings scheduled in Frankfort, KY. Other town halls will be in Pikeville, Hopkinsville, and Newport, KY.

In accordance with executive order 2022-338, the Team Kentucky Medical Cannabis Advisory Committee shall provide feedback from its public hearings to the Governor to help advise him on providing access to medical cannabis for Kentuckians suffering from chronic pain and other medical conditions.

Kentuckians can learn more about the upcoming work of the advisory committee and submit personal stories and experiences at

For a list of upcoming town hall meetings scheduled throughout the commonwealth visit,

This story was posted on 2022-07-17 20:13:19
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