FRANKFORT, Ky. (FOX 56) — A bill legalizing medical marijuana passed the Kentucky Senate Thursday.

The House has cleared the bill before. This bill was previously deadlocked in the Senate killing it in the past.

The bill passed 26-11 and could go into law after the veto period on March 30. The speaker of the House, David Osborne, indicated at the beginning of the session Senate Bill 47 would pass if brought back in front of them again.

The bill was narrowed to not allow a smokable form of medical marijuana. And if passed the program wouldn’t take effect until 2025, giving time for regulations to be put in place and lawmakers to come back to the table next year.