SACRAMENTO — California’s top law enforcement official backed a proposal to regulate the use of medicinal marijuana Monday, endorsing a plan that includes a statewide registry of qualified patients.

“Proposition 215 — while well-intended — was badly drafted. It actually raised more questions than answers,” Attorney General Bill Lockyer said. “There clearly is a need for crisp state regulations and guidelines that will assist local agencies in implementing the voter-approved law.”

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