The New York State Assembly has overwhelmingly approved a bill that would allow people suffering from opioid use disorder access to medical marijuana treatments. The bill will now have to face the Senate Health Committee.

Assemblyman Daniel O’Donnell (D-Manhattan) introduced the bill which has since gained significant support in the assembly. He, and other supporters of the measure believe that cannabis can offer effective treatment for people recovering from opioid addictions.


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