Democrats within the Iowa Legislature are calling on their Republican counterparts to carry a particular legislative session to override Gov. Kim Reynolds’ veto of an enlargement of the state’s medical marijuana program.
However whereas Republican legislative leaders stated the difficulty shall be a prime precedence for them in 2020, they referred to as the potential for a particular session “ill-advised,” making all of it however sure that Reynolds’ veto will stand.
For Iowans like Joe Bohnert of Des Moines, who participates within the state’s medical marijuana program to deal with ache and different uncomfortable side effects stemming from his a number of sclerosis, it’s “outrageous” that Reynolds would veto the enlargement and delay any motion by one other yr.
The present medication Bohnert will get via this system isn’t sturdy sufficient to completely handle his signs, he stated.