West Virginia House votes for medical marijuana

West Virginia House votes for medical marijuana

West Virginia House votes for medical marijuana

The House bill allows for the use of tinctures, transdermal patches, topicals, capsules and "cannabinoid concentrates".

The Senate voted 34-13 to approve it Tuesday.

Republican Rep. Randy Brodehl is the sponsor of the bill and rejected the amendment. "I'm asking for a do not concur, as being only fair to the House of Representatives", Brodehl said. The bill is expected to head to a conference committee, where lawmakers will discuss differences between the House and Senate versions, before it goes to the governor.

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Currently, 28 states have legalized marijuana for medical purposes. Those operating dispensaries would have to pay $10,000 each year to renew their permits.

Pushkin's amendment had relied more on the establishment of the West Virginia Cannabis Commission, which would have made recommendations to be approved by the legislature.

SB 386 was originally introduced by Sen. This differs from the Senate version of the bill and most of the other state medical marijuana programs. The use of the drug would be to treat chronic pain, nausea and vomiting in cancer patients and muscle spasms in multiple sclerosis patients.

The bill also included a measure that would allow people with prescriptions to grow up to two plants of their own.

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