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A California proposal would allow the purchase of medical marijuana for pets, The Associated Press reports.

The state Senate recently voted 33-0 in favor of the bill. It’s now headed for the California Assembly.

In order to get medical marijuana for a pet, an owner would need to be at least 18 years old and have a recommendation from a veterinarian. The vet would need to have completed a particular course.

Under the proposed law, the Veterinarian Medical Board would not be able to discipline a vet for recommending medical marijuana.


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