DENVER — Colorado’s House has passed a bill allowing medical marijuana use to treat autism spectrum disorders. The bill had strong bipartisan support, passing 63-0 on Thursday. The Senate is expected to do the same, and Gov. Jared Polis has pledged to sign it. Autism spectrum disorders include autism, Asperger syndrome and other developmental disorders whose symptoms range from mild to severe. Current law allows medical marijuana use for cancer, glaucoma, HIV, PTSD, seizures and severe pain.