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Father angry over medical marijuana bill not including children with long-term illness

By Ayesha Khan

ST. CHARLES COUNTY, MO – Medical marijuana is one step closer to being legalized in Missouri.

While some are excited about the possibility, others say they were left out.

Under a measure approved in the Missouri House Tuesday, patients 18 and older with severe or long-term illnesses could obtain a medical cannabis registration card to gain access to a smokeless form of marijuana.

But it’s not all good news for Robbie Bazzell of St. Charles County.

“I just don’t understand why would you give something that’s natural and say you have to be 18 and over to get a hold of it as medication but we can give you a Xanax or Percocet to an 18-pound baby,” he said.

Read more at FOX 2

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