Emily Rau (R-OW) has more from Jefferson City.
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|Description: It's not a drug that we want to see used or abused, but prescribed by a doctor, it has its attributes too. You know, you don't want to see people abuse pain pills, but people that need 'em, need 'em.|
Intro: A group supporting the use of medical marijuana calls the election year a main opponent of a bill to legalize it.
Emily Rau (R-OW) has more from the Capitol.
Ten Missouri Representatives are sponsoring a bill that would make it legal for physicians to prescribe marijuana for severe pain and nausea.
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|Description: It's an election year, it's too controversial. And I would say that the Republicans may want to support it, but I don't see them wanting to do it this year.|
Reporting from the State Capitol, I'm Emily Rau.
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