Maine Medical Marijuana Expansion Bill Stalled in Senate

Maine Medical Marijuana Expansion Bill Stalled in Senate

PORTLAND, ME — Last week, Maine’s House of Representatives overwhelmingly voted in favor of a bill to expand the state’s medical marijuana program by removing a requirement that a patient’s medical condition be debilitating.

Introduced by Rep. Diane Russell (D-Portland), LD 23 was approved by the House 113 to 32 after receiving support from the state’s joint Health and Human Services Committee, where all but one committee member voted “ought to pass” after receiving an endorsement from the state’s Department of Health…

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Source: The Daily Chronic