REPRESENTING the Ray County Coalition, which advocates for drug-free lifestyles for youth, Kara White and Emily Small express concern that the voters’ decision in November to legalize medical marijuana will lead to passage eventually of recreational marijuana, making the drug more available to youngsters.

RICHMOND – A third group has gone public with planning to grow medical hemp in Ray County – this one further proposes a manufacturing component to accompany a greenhouse operation.

Under no obligation to do so, representatives of Strayne Premium Cannabis Co. reached out to meet with the Ray County Commission. Commissioners invited Ray County Coalition members and other county officials to listen and ask questions during Friday’s meeting with Strayne representatives.

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