North Dakota House committee OKs medical marijuana rules
April 2, 2017
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — A North Dakota House committee has given a "do pass" recommendation on new rules governing the use of medical marijuana.
The House Human Services Committee voted 13-1 on Monday to endorse the rules. The measure is expected to go to the full House on Tuesday.
The committee spent most of last week going over the 82-page bill on how medical marijuana would be overseen in the state. The Senate passed it last month by more than the needed two-thirds majority to amend the citizen initiative.
A big sticking point is the ease in which marijuana could be smoked as medicine. T...