(Pierre, SD) — Governor Kristi Noem is standing firmly against decriminalization in her proposal to control the implementation of legalized medical marijuana in South Dakota. Noem revealed a plan Friday that her office is asking the state Legislature to consider. Her proposal limits home growing for qualified medical patients to three plants. It also requests a ban on smoking or vaping marijuana products for those under 21. It further clarifies the state health department’s rule-making authority over seed-to-sale tracking of medical marijuana in the state. Efforts to stall legalization of medical marijuana in the state Senate were struck down.