Both chambers will convene at 10 a.m. The Senate will vote on an amended HB 1, which would allow limited use of medical marijuana to treat several conditions, including cancer, seizures and sickle cell disease. The sponsor of the bill has expressed support for the compromise, so final passage might be within sight.
The House will take up a number of lower profile bills and resolutions, including SB 2, which would allow high school students to also attend technical colleges and have coursework count toward high school graduation. The bill is a priority for Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle.