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  • Medical marijuana advocates rally at S.C. State House

    Dixie Pace, 18, has benefited from cannabidiol oil, which has reduced the amount of seizures she has and the amount of medications she takes. Pace and her mother April Pace were at a State House rally to legalize medical marijuana on Wednesday, May 20.

Dixie Pace, 18, has benefited from cannabidiol oil, which has reduced the amount of seizures she has and the amount of medications she takes. Pace and her mother April Pace were at a State House rally to legalize medical marijuana on Wednesday, May 20. mwalsh@thestate.com
Dixie Pace, 18, has benefited from cannabidiol oil, which has reduced the amount of seizures she has and the amount of medications she takes. Pace and her mother April Pace were at a State House rally to legalize medical marijuana on Wednesday, May 20. mwalsh@thestate.com

Legislators hope 2017 is the year for medical pot in SC

January 10, 2017 01:44 PM

UPDATED January 12, 2017 07:53 AM