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Families use senate hearing to endorse medical marijuana

JEFFERSON CITY - The Senate General Laws Committee heard passionate testimony Tuesday, April 1, in support of a bill that would allow use of marijuana to alleviate dire medical conditions.
The bill would change Missouri law excepting those in possession of marijuana to have a registry identification card such as qualified patients and primary care givers. To qualify a person must have debilitating condition and must use marijuana within their home.

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