Del. Cheryl D. Glenn is co-author of the Maryland state law that permits the use of marijuana for medical purposes. She says that measure needs an overhaul.
Michael Bronfein is chief executive of a company that was awarded one of the state's 15 licenses to grow medical marijuana. He says the law is the best in the country, and no changes are needed.
The two took part Wednesday in a panel discussion sponsored by the Greater Baltimore Committee. While their comments were cordial, their messages showed where battle lines on medical marijuana are being drawn for the 2017 General Assembly session.
Glenn, the Baltimore Democrat who chairs the Legislative Black Caucus,...