Legislators to weigh bills to protect the rights of cannabis patients

The Maryland General Assembly, having legalized the medical use of marijuana, will continue to consider ways to prevent discrimination in employment, workers’ compensation, housing and handgun permit applications for patients who use a drug still regarded as illegal by the federal government, legislators say. The legislature will also continue to examine ways to regulate the advertising ...

To purchase a reprint of this article, contact reprints@thedailyrecord.com.