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Medical marijuana advocates get twice the needed signatures for ballot initiative

Sarah Fentem

A constitutional amendment legalizing medical marijuana could be on the November ballot in Missouri.

On Friday, the group A New Approach submitted the signatures needed to placea measure legalizing medical marijuana before voters. The 370,000 signatures are more than twice the number required for a constitutional amendment.

The proposal would allow doctors to recommend medical marijuana to patients at their own discretion. That’s different from a recently passed bill in the Missouri House, which would have limited its use to people with certain conditions such as epilepsy or a terminal illness.

Read more at St. Louis Public Radio

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