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WAYNESVILLE, MO (KTVI) - A Missouri group trying to legalize marijuana rallies around a sick veteran who is facing a drug charge.

The vet says hemp helps him cope with his Leukemia. Members of the Missouri Cannabis Restoration and Protection Act gathered in front of the Crocker Police Department on Friday.

They`re here to support Delpert McKinnon, he`s has leukemia and says he uses marijuana to feel better, that led to a felony charge against him. "

I get dizzy sometime and I smoke a little bit I get dizzy." said Delpert McKinnon.

While several states have approved weed for use as a medicine, these folks want every Missourian to be able have it.

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Roche Madden ~ KPLR11.com

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