Key House panel limits medical marijuana plan
ST. PAUL -- A key Minnesota House committee changed, and then passed, a plan making it legal for Minnesotans suffering from severe illnesses to use marijuana for pain relief.
The bill permits people with certain chronic illnesses to obtain, possess and smoke marijuana. Advocates say marijuana can relieve pain that traditional medications cannot.
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