A subcommittee of the Spanish Chamber of Deputies approved a draft bill to regulate some medical marijuana sales in the country, sending the proposal to the health committee this week for another key vote. Although the pending law foresees extremely strict distribution rules, the bill is being hailed as a first step that could eventually lead to broader use. Under the pending legislation, flowers containing tetrahydrocannabinol would be licensed by prescription, but only for the treatment of certain diseases, which include cancer, multiple sclerosis and certain forms of epilepsy. The bill anticipates medical marijuana distribution in pharmacies.
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