Democratic State Senator Tick Segerblom sponsored a bill that would allow pet owners to get medicinal marijuana for their pet if their veterinarian certifies the animal has an illness that might be alleviated by the drug. The proposal is in its earliest stages and faces several legislative hurdles before it could become law. The pot-for-pets provision of SB372 is part of a larger bill that would overhaul the state’s medical marijuana law, removing penalties for drivers who have marijuana in their blood and requiring training for dispensary owners.