House Defeats Bill To Legalize North Dakota Medical Marijuana

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NORTH DAKOTA:  More than two-thirds of the North Dakota State House voted against a bill that would have legalized medical marijuana with a prescription.

House Bill 1430, which came to the House with a “do not pass” recommendation from the House Human Services Committee, failed 26-67, with one representative absent and not voting.

Three lawmakers spoke in favor of the bill, and three spoke against it.

Human Services Committee Chairman Rep. Robin Weisz, R-Hurdsfield, spoke first. He said that while he might feel different if he had a sick child, he could not support HB 1430, as it was written.


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