2017 session’s final hours: Medical marijuana fails at the last moment

ANNAPOLIS — An effort to reform the state's fledgling medical cannabis laws to simultaneously allow minority-owned growers and end two lawsuits failed in the final moments Monday night of the General Assembly's 2017 session. The House of Delegates had taken the vote but before it could be officially recorded the clock struck midnight Tuesday and session ...

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