The California Supreme Court agreed Wednesday to step back into the medical marijuana debate to resolve conflicts between the voter-approved Compassionate Use Act and 2003 legislative change that imposed a limit on the amount of marijuana patients could possess for medical use.

State Attorney General Jerry Brown appealed a state appellate decision that struck down California’s 2003 guidelines on marijuana possession and cultivation. That left patients and police wondering how much was too much.

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