Despite polls showing the vast majority of Kentucky residents are in favor of medical marijuana, the state still remains among 12 others without any form of legalized cannabis.

However, Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear's office recently released a report revealing new findings from a medical marijuana advisory committee, which he established in June. According to the report, "Kentuckians want medical cannabis to be legalized."

Mothers Are Worried About Their Children’s Health

Kristin Wilcox, a member of the Governor's Medical Cannabis Advisory Committee, co-founder of Kentucky Moms For Medical Cannabis and the mother of a child with Dravet's Syndrome said their committee found that 98.5% of Kentuckians support medical marijuana legalization.

Wilcox's daughter Shelby suffers from severe seizures. “She …

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