Medical Marijuana Compromise: 3 Things You Need To Know – Kmsp-tv

If they want to go all the way and send marijuana all over the state for people to smoke its not going to pass, Dayton said in a Fox 9 Morning News interview Thursday. PROGRESS FOR PARENTS I believe this is our best option, said Angie Weaber, whose daughter suffers from Dravet Syndrome. I believe its going to get the medicine into our hands that fastest. I believe this is something Gov. Dayton will sign. Im supporting whatever we can get done this year, said Jeremy Pauling, whose daughter has Battens Disease. We need to have something go ahead. We cant keep moving backward. And if we keep holing our kids back there is going to be no solution for the future, and if they want tests, this will be giving them tests. GOV. DAYTON STATEMENT “I appreciate the efforts being made to develop a bill that offers hope to children and adults suffering from horrible diseases.
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