The Illinois House has approved a plan to expand the state's medical marijuana pilot program by two-and-a-half years and add post-traumatic stress disorder and terminal illness to the list of allowed conditions.
Lawmakers voted 86-27 on Monday to advance the measure, which Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner supports.
It now goes to the Senate, where it's expected to pass.
Illinois' four-year pilot program is set to sunset at the end of 2017. Under the bill, it will continue to July 1, 2020.