Delaware's laws on marijuana have evolved over the years since the medical marijuana program was signed into law in 2011.

Family members remember Robert Jester as a big man with a big presence, and on Wednesday, his story made a big difference to many terminally ill Delawareans.

Gov. Jack Markell signed "Bob's Bill" into law on Wednesday, which allows adults with a terminal illness and terminally ill patients under 18 with pain, anxiety, or depression to apply for medical marijuana cards.

Patients can begin applying for cards in three months.

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Jen Rini ~ The News Journal, WUSA ~

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