(Updated to add comments from Senate president and the governor with testimony from law enforcement Thursday opposing the bill)
A Senate committee on Thursday tabled a bill legalizing medical marijuana, likely derailing debate on the issue for the rest of the legislative session.
The Federal and State Affairs Committee set aside the bill after two days of hearings that were followed by multiple meetings over the last year sorting through the ins and outs of the complex issue.
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