NCADA position on Missouri’s approved medical marijuana measure

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ST. LOUIS, MO-  The Missouri House approved a measure that would allow people with terminal and serious illnesses in the state access to smokeless forms of medical marijuana.

Now it heads to the Senate for more debate.

Brandon Costerison,  Public Awareness Specialist with the National Council On Alcoholism And Drug Abuse joins FOX2 to discuss NCADA position on the new measure.

FOX 2 and KPLR 11 have partnered with NCADA in the Spirit Of St. Louis to start the conversations to protect your family. Talking to your kids can cut the risk of drug use in half.

To get your free age-specific talking kit visit:


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