This year, public support for legalized marijuana in Texas has grown to an all-time high. A new poll found that 83 percent of Texans support legalizing some form of marijuana.

Anthony Abba looks like almost any other 9 year-old-boy, bouncing on a backyard trampoline with his sister and his mom.

As an infant, though, he couldn't do what other kids could. Anthony had developmental problems early, and soon he was diagnosed as autistic.

"He was pretty severe," his mother Anna said. "He couldn't talk or play games." At the time, the Abba family lived in California, which allowed them to have legal access to medical marijuana.

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