The Public Health Committee Monday afternoon sent a bill approving use of medical marijuana by children under the age of 18 to the House. The 21-7 approval of the bill came after many members of the committee stated they weren’t sanctioning the use of marijuana, but allowing parents and their doctors to consider it as an option for medical treatment. The bill would give minors with severe epilepsy and terminal illnesses access to non-smokeable marijuana, but only with parental consent and the approval of two doctors.

Novus Medical Group is the nation's premier MMJ 
health plan, and our goal to educate and give to the people the meds that they need. Our goal is to have this passed, thanks Connecticut, Rep. Matthew Ritter, D-Hartford, please see this through.

Source: CT News Junkie

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