By Haidee V Eugenio
Guam has made little progress in getting the medical marijuana program off the ground, and Sen. Louise Muna. R-Yigo, on Tuesday said she will soon introduce a bill to allow home cultivation of medical marijuana to help patients with debilitating health conditions.
The program depends on someone operating an independent testing laboratory for the marijuana, but no one has applied to start one.
Muna said she was hoping that there would be progress with the testing lab, but an informational hearing on Tuesday indicated that Guam is still far from having one, while patients continue to seek help.
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