Mick Mulvaney, former President Trump's White House chief of staff, is criticizing his own party for opposing a bill to legalize medical marijuana.
Some industry insiders say that a conservative approach is the only way some states will warm to cannabis reform.
Blame God, the Bible, and the Christian ethics that pervade state legislatures.
South Carolinians want medical marijuana. According to a poll released this week, 61 percent of people surveyed would support cannabis as a treatment for various ailments.
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