Wisconsin’s full Senate has given approval to a bill that would legalize the medical use of low-THC cannabis extracts. The vote on Senate Bill 10 was 31 to 1, with Senator Duey Stroebel casting the sole “No” vote. Under the proposed legislation, those who receive a recommendation from a physician would be allowed to possess …
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