FROM John Roemer
State Supreme Court Rejects Medical Marijuana Limits In a unanimous ruling today, the State Supreme Court threw out a law passed by the legislature to impose limits on the amount of marijuana patients can have for medical purposes. The court said only the voters can amend Proposition 215 , which legalized medical marijuana 14 years ago. John Roemer reports for the Daily Journal, a legal newspaper in San Francisco.
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