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Amelia Weaver of Hibbing suffers from Dravet syndrome, a rare and catastophic form of epilepsy. (Submitted photo)

A mother's view: Dayton favors special interests over special needs on medical marijuana

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Last Thursday, I was invited by Gov. Mark Dayton’s staff to discuss the medical marijuana bill. Gov. Dayton proposed a clinical study at the Mayo Clinic. It was with a heavy heart that I listened to his proposal. The governor has failed to work for a real solution, and I can’t understand how he is still putting special interests above special needs. Gov.

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