Governor’s Signature Means Medical Cannabis will be grown in Alabama by our farmers.

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On May 17, Governor Kay Ivey signed SB46, which sets up a system for medical marijuana to be available in Alabama.

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Cannabis stalk in front of beautiful sunset Through lobbying and public awareness, our goal is the decriminalization of medical cannabis in Alabama so qualified medical patients can get appropriate treatment. We also support the economic development and growth of the lawful cannabis and hemp industry in Alabama.

About Cannabis

Cannabis Sky in front of bright colorful sky Cannabis sativa is a plant native to East Asia. Some scientists break it down into subspecies: Cannabis sativa, Cannabis indica, and Cannabis ruderallis. Read more at the link below.

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The Alabama Cannabis Industry Association was formed by industry leaders who are changing the way cannabis is consumed. As the voice for the cannabis industry, our Board and our members include government affairs, scientific, manufacturing, brands, and communications experts, who effectively represent the interests of the rapidly growing cannabis industry.

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