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Medical marijuana bill faces stiff opposition

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Brent Nelsen, professor of politics and international affairs.

Brent Nelsen, professor of politics and international affairs, was interviewed by WYFF News 4 about a medical marijuana bill in the South Carolina House of Representatives. The bill would allow doctors to prescribe medical marijuana for patients suffering with cancer and other problems. Nelsen said the bill faces stiff opposition from religious and law enforcement groups.

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