Kansas senators hear testimony supporting medical marijuana

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — When the 11-year-old son of Topeka business owner Tiffanie Krentz began suffering from seizures shortly after he was born, the family began administering 16 anti-epileptic medications and now he’s addicted to them, according to testimony the mother gave to Kansas senators Wednesday.

Krentz was among several people who spoke in support of a bill that would amend penalties for marijuana possession and allow medical hemp preparations to treat patients suffering from seizures. Opponents of the measure are…

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