A bill legalizing medical marijuana in Kansas has passed out of a House committee and will eventually move to the House floor for a vote. The Federal and State Affairs committee in the Kansas House passed the bill in a gut-and-go of Senate Bill 158 Monday morning. Multiple amendments were made to the bill during the process, including child-resistant packaging and prohibiting cannabis companies from advertising along state highways. Legislators also lowered the requirement for a year-long patient-physician relationship and now only requires an exam. The bill still allows employers to terminate employees for medical marijuana use and counties can also prohibit dispensaries.