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New York Bill Would Expand Uses for Medical Marijuana

New York Bill Would Expand Uses for Medical Marijuana

BUFFALO, N.Y. — Right now, only patients with certain chronic illnesses are allowed to use medical marijuana for pain, but lawmakers want to change that. A bill in Albany would expand the list of people allowed to use medical marijuana as an alternative to opioids.

“You know, this bill will help. This bill will help patients,” says State Sen. George Amedore.

Episodic pain results from conditions expected to last less than three months. Two Republican…

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