Tonight's testament to SLOW progress in the Heartland offers somewhat justified skepticism regarding the benefits of boosting the stoner class.
Still, the rejection of medical marijuana benefits or moralistic opposition to weed reform overall would be easier to accept if so many violent, dangerous, unhealthy and derelict drunks weren't so pervasive in the Sunflower State and generating revenue via booze taxes.
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Kansas is one of three remaining states to not have marijuana legalized in some form. Advocates hope to change that
KANSAS CITY, KS (KCTV) -- In the past decade, marijuana has become legal in some form across most of the country. According to the National Conference of State Legislatures, 47 states have some type of legal cannabis program, ranging from recreational use or medical use.