Related Program: West Virginia Morning Senate Advances Tax, Medical Marijuana Bills By Beth Vorhees • Mar 30, 2017 Related Program: West Virginia Morning TweetShareGoogle+Email Listen Listening... / 15:18 Credit West Virginia Public Broadcasting On West Virginia Morning, the state senate has voted to restructure the tax system and advanced a bill to allow medical marijuana. That’s on West Virginia Morning from West Virginia Public Broadcasting – telling West Virginia’s story Tags: GovernmentHealth & ScienceTweetShareGoogle+EmailView the discussion thread. Related Content Senate Passes Medical Marijuana Bill By Ashton Marra • Mar 29, 2017 Will Price / West Virginia Legislative Photography Senators have approved a bill to create a medicinal cannabis program in the state. Senate Bill 386 was approved on a 28 to 6 vote Wednesday night in the chamber. The bill would create a 17-member medical cannabis commission under the West Virginia Department of Health and human Resources that would largely be responsible for creating the rules of the program. Bill to Create Substance Abuse Treatment Facilities Passes in House By Liz McCormick • Mar 29, 2017 Perry Bennett / West Virginia Legislative Photography Listen Listening... / 1:17 The West Virginia House of Delegates has passed a bill that will encourage the creation of substance abuse treatment facilities in the state. W.Va. House Kills Another Revenue Increase By Liz McCormick • Mar 29, 2017 Perry Bennett / West Virginia Legislative Photography Listen Listening... / 1:29 The West Virginia House of Delegates has killed another revenue increasing bill – one that would’ve generated an estimated $215 million in three years. Help for Drug-Ravaged W.Va. in Bill Passed by House By Associated Press • Mar 29, 2017 Perry Bennett / West Virginia Legislative Photography The number of beds available at state-run substance abuse treatment facilities would increase in drug-ravaged West Virginia under a bill passed Wednesday by the House. The bill passed on a 99-0 vote. It now moves to the state Senate.