Some lawmakers say they would like to see Iowa’s medical marijuana program expanded during the next legislative session which starts Monday. Governor and state lawmakers met Tuesday to talk about this topic. Some Democrats say the program should add more chronic conditions, eliminate the 3 percent THC cap and allow more dispensaries in the state. The governor vetoed a bill to expand the medical marijuana program last year, but says she is willing to find common ground. MedPharm is urging lawmakers to expand qualifying medical conditions to include PTSD and Alzheimer’s.