Candidates for SC House overwhelmingly embrace reform.

In what we view as a profoundly positive development for the future of public policy in the Palmetto State, candidates for the South Carolina House of Representatives are lining up to support the decriminalization of medical marijuana.

According to the S.C. Compassionate Care Alliance, virtually all of the candidates campaigning in a pair of special elections for the S.C. House this week are supporting decriminalization in some form or fashion.

Hopefully that means leaders in the S.C. General Assembly will soon revisit their heartless opposition to this long-overdue reform.

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