Pharmacies in Michigan may be able to stock medical marijuana, but there's a big catch.
A bill passed by the State Senate Wednesday would allow pharmaceutical-grade marijuana if the federal government reclassifies it as a Schedule II drug.
Right now, marijuana is Schedule I, meaning there is no accepted medical use.
The bill would still allow patients to get pot from a licensed caregiver or grow it themselves.
It is headed to the State House.
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