According to new polling a strong majority of voters in South Carolina want cannabis to be legal for medical purposes. According to the new Mason-Dixon Polling & Strategy survey, 61% of South Carolina voters support making physician-approved medical cannabis use legal. Just 31% are opposed, with 8% undecided. “The numbers in the poll are positive,” said …
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