Workers harvest cannabis plants in Boudai, Friday, Oct. 7, 2016. (The Daily Star/Hasan Shaaban)
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Amal Movement MP Michel Musa Wednesday said a legal cannabis sector in Lebanon should be managed by a state enterprise rather than by private companies to ensure proper oversight.Musa last week introduced a draft law co-sponsored with Amal MP Mohammad Khawaja that would see cannabis cultivation legalized for medicinal and industrial purposes.Lebanese Forces MP Antoine Habchi previously introduced to parliament a draft law for cannabis legalization on similar grounds, though with private companies running the sector and the Health Ministry charged with oversight.
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