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Minnesota Senate Panel to Continue Medical Pot Hearing

A Minnesota Senate committee will resume discussing a bill that would legalize medical marijuana after the Legislature returns from its Easter/Passover break.

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Mother Says Dayton Told Fer to Buy Pot illegally

A mother who met with Gov. Mark Dayton earlier this month says he told her to buy marijuana illegally to treat her 2-year-old son's intractable epilepsy.

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News @ Noon: Doctors Opposed To Medical Marijuana Bill [AUDIO]

More and more members of the medical community are coming out opposed to the idea of legalizing marijuana for medical purposes. Doctor George Morris is the Medical Director for the CentraCare Clinic. He says the doctors at CentraCare haven't put together a formal statement on the issue, but they generally agree it wouldn't be a good idea.

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2-Cent Tuesday on WJON

Join me, Jay Caldwell Tuesday morning from 5-10am on the Morning News Watch. I'll open the phone lines from 8:10-10 and we can talk about the upcoming legislative session, medical marijuana, the minimum wage, the winter Olympics or anything else on your mind.

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Dayton: Medical Cannabis Issue Needs Collaboration

Gov. Mark Dayton says he has urged supporters of legalizing marijuana for medical purposes in Minnesota to work with opponents in law enforcement if they want progress on the issue.

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Minnesota Medical Marijuana Push to Wait Until 2014

Minnesota won't have a showdown over medical marijuana this year. Advocates are holding off on a planned push to change the state's marijuana laws until the 2014 session

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Medical Marijuana Faces Tough Road in Minnesota

Medical marijuana supporters face a tough challenge this legislative session in Minnesota, where Gov. Mark Dayton says he won't sign anything without the backing of law enforcement — and authorities say they're strongly opposed.

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