Survey Shows Majority of Nebraskans Would Favor Medical Marijuana Prescribing

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Survey Shows Majority of Nebraskans Would Favor Medical Marijuana Prescribing

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A February 2017 sampling of likely Nebraska voters showed 77 percent of those in the survey would vote in favor of allowing doctors in the state to prescribe medical marijuana to patients with serious illnesses or conditions.

Fifty-seven percent of those surveyed identified themselves as Republican or leaning Republican, and 27 percent as a Democrat or leaning Democrat.

Lincoln Sen. Anna Wishart said the bipartisan numbers confirm what people from across the state have been telling her since she started working on medical marijuana.

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