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Dayton delivers dim diagnosis for medical marijuana bill

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Tom Scheck

MPR New 91.3 FM

ST. PAUL — The prospects that the Minnesota lawmakers will pass medical marijuana legislation this session appear to be fading.


Gov. Mark Dayton said today his proposal to study one type of medical marijuana has been rejected by those who want broader use of the drug. Still, supporters of medical marijuana say they’re not giving up.

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