By JOSELYN KING
The Intelligencer and Wheeling News-Register
WHEELING, W.Va. — West Virginia lawmakers believe the demand for medical marijuana in the state may exceed the number of permits allowed by the legislation they passed last year, so they are making adjustments.
On Wednesday, the House of Delegates voted 76-23 to make changes to the bill, greatly increasing the number of medical marijuana growers, processors and dispensaries to be permitted.
All Northern Panhandle delegates voted in favor of the changes, with the exception of delegates Roger Romine, R-Tyler, and Mark Zatezalo, R-Hancock.
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