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(Reuters) - Lawmakers in West Virginia on Thursday passed a bill that would allow patients to use some forms of cannabis for medical needs, state records show.
If signed by Democratic Governor Jim Justice, the measure would make West Virginia the 29th state to allow the medical use of cannabis products including tinctures, extracts, pills and oils, according to the Marijuana Policy Project.
It does not authorize patients to smoke pot or grow their own marijuana, the Marijuana Policy Project said.
Reporting by Sharon Bernstein in Sacramento, California; Editing by Lisa Shumaker