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  • Rock Hill mom said legalizing marijuana would give her 'hope'

    January 2017 file video: Leslie Jurado of Rock Hill said she hopes a bill introduced this week by South Carolina lawmakers will legalize medical marijuana. Leslie's daughter, 14-year-old Isabel Jurado, suffers from Sanfilippo Syndrome, a degenerative disease that causes seizures and other debilitating conditions. Jurado said she believes medical marijuana will help give her daughter a better quality of life.

January 2017 file video: Leslie Jurado of Rock Hill said she hopes a bill introduced this week by South Carolina lawmakers will legalize medical marijuana. Leslie's daughter, 14-year-old Isabel Jurado, suffers from Sanfilippo Syndrome, a degenerative disease that causes seizures and other debilitating conditions. Jurado said she believes medical marijuana will help give her daughter a better quality of life. Tracy Kimball
January 2017 file video: Leslie Jurado of Rock Hill said she hopes a bill introduced this week by South Carolina lawmakers will legalize medical marijuana. Leslie's daughter, 14-year-old Isabel Jurado, suffers from Sanfilippo Syndrome, a degenerative disease that causes seizures and other debilitating conditions. Jurado said she believes medical marijuana will help give her daughter a better quality of life. Tracy Kimball

Rock Hill mom hopes lawmakers ‘move past stigma’ to legalize marijuana for medical use

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