Medical marijuana will soon be growing in Texas to help Texans with intractable epilepsy if federally approved medication hasn’t helped.
Medical marijuana will soon be growing in Texas to help Texans with intractable epilepsy if federally approved medication hasn’t helped. Richard Vogel Star-Telegram archives
Medical marijuana will soon be growing in Texas to help Texans with intractable epilepsy if federally approved medication hasn’t helped. Richard Vogel Star-Telegram archives

Medical marijuana will soon be growing in Texas. Here’s who can use it

September 08, 2017 08:53 AM

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