Senate Committee Approves Medical Marijuana Bill

A judge has ruled surveillance video showing the police raid of a medical marijuana dispensary in California can be used as evidence concerning the conduct of the officers involved in the operation.

LOUISIANA:  A Senate committee has approved a bill that could make medical marijuana available to those suffering from cancer, glaucoma and a severe form of cerebral palsy.

The proposal by Sen. Fred Mills, a Breaux Bridge Republican, would allow patients to consume refined forms of marijuana, but prohibits smoking the plant.

Law enforcement groups have historically opposed medical marijuana.

But Michael Ranatza, head of the Louisiana Sheriffs’ Association, on Wednesday supported Mills’ proposal, saying he had a change of heart due to the passionate advocacy of a colleague’s terminally-ill daughter, who died of cancer.

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