Secretary of State Alison Grimes' New Year's resolution is a bit blunt: Medical marijuana must be legalized in Kentucky to help veterans suffering from PTSD and others who are painfully ill.

“This is an issue of which I hoped the commonwealth would have already addressed,” Grimes told Courier Journal.

“Many of Kentucky’s neighbors have already legalized medical cannabis to aid and help their citizens with pain. Kentucky is behind.”

But given Gov. Matt Bevin and law enforcement organizations' concerns over the issue, there are questions over whether a bill could pass.

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Thomas Novelly ~ Louisville Courier Journal ~

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