A bill to add PTSD to the list of Colorado’s medical marijuana qualifying conditions is headed to the governor’s desk.
The Colorado Senate on Tuesday voted 32-2 to re-pass Senate Bill 17, which was amended in the House.
What’s happened to this point:
The state House on Friday passed SB 17 by a vote of 39-25, with one member absent. The vote came a day after the bill was amended in second reading to add a stipulation that one of the two recommending physicians required for minor patients be a pediatrician, board-certified family physician or board-certified child and adolescent psychiatrist who is part of the family’s medical care plan.
In February, the bill cleared the Senate by a vote of 34-1.
The Colorado Board of Health, which has not added any new qualifying conditions to the…