“With their ruling, the court has made less clear an already confusing single subject legal standard,” said Sen. Adam Morfeld, co-chairman of Nebraskans for Medical Marijuana. “We are left with the conclusion that if you do propose an initiative, it must be simple and broad and have no limitations, even if they are natural and necessary to the single subject.”
He said they will take that into account when looking into drafting new language.
Wishart said anyone who thinks they would give up on the issue doesn’t understand why they fought so hard to legalize medical cannabis in the first place.
“Our home is Nebraska, and we are here to stay and advocate for parents and families who are watching their loved ones needlessly suffer,” she said. “We will not rest until Nebraska enacts a compassionate medical cannabis law that provides relief to the people who desperately need it.”
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