(St. Paul, MN)  —  Today, the Minnesota Legislature is expected to approve the use of flower, or bud, in the state’s medical marijuana program.  So far, the two companies licensed to distribute medical cannabis can only do it in liquid or pill form.  Supporters say the flower form will help cut costs for those who are and want to become active in the program.  The provision, which has already passed the House and Senate Conference Committee, is included in the Human Services Finance Omnibus Bill.