Cannabis advocate pulled from South Dakota's medical marijuana committee
Legislators say they want neutral parties guiding state's pot policies
A leader in South Dakota’s cannabis industry whose company is in a legal battle with the state health agency has been pulled from the Medical Marijuana Oversight Committee.
Less than two weeks after appointing Liz Tiger to the panel tasked with guiding South Dakota’s medical marijuana program, the state Legislature’s Executive Board Tuesday voted to take the medical marijuana advocate and partner in 605 Cannabis, LLC, off the committee, citing conflict of interest concerns.
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