Two medical marijuana bills head to Legislature
DES MOINES (AP) — Bills that would decriminalize marijuana and approve its medical use may be headed for the Iowa Legislature after voters in Colorado and Washington decided that adults should be allowed to possess small amounts of taxed and regulated pot for recreational use.
Iowa state Rep. Bruce Hunter, D-Des Moines, is preparing a bill that would decriminalize pot possession as long as those caught with it weren’t selling it, he told The Des Moines Register.
Hunter also said he’ll reintroduce a medical marijuana bill and state Sen. Joe Bolkcom told the newspaper he’ll be seeking co-sponsors for his medical marijuana measure.
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