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The legalization of marijuana for medical use in Thailand has created confusion over who can produce it and what qualifies consumers to legally use it. The National Assembly approved the legislation late last year, but the regulations governing the new law have yet to be put in place. Steve Sandford spoke to independent producers of cannabis oil as well as consumers affected by the new law as the government's deadline for users to register drew to a close recently.
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Thailand's Registration for Medical Marijuana Draws to a Close

The legalization of marijuana for medical use in Thailand has created confusion over who can produce it and what qualifies consumers to legally use it. The National Assembly approved the legislation late last year, but the regulations governing the new law have yet to be put in place. Steve Sandford spoke to independent producers of cannabis oil as well as consumers affected by the new law as the government's deadline for users to register drew to a close recently.

 

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