Proponents want the medical marijuana program widened to include chronic pain conditions that do not respond to normal treatments since they believe the benefits are greater than the potential dangers. However, Rauner has called for conservative steps in expanding access to cannabis. At the moment, thirty-nine conditions and diseases are capable of allowing someone to use medical cannabis in Illinois. Illinois’s medical cannabis law allows people to recommend new conditions for the program two times per year. The board, which is composed of doctors, nurses, patients and proponents, can only advise.
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