A budget bill expected to pass this week protects state medical marijuana programs, including Missouri’s, after new U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions said he would crack down on marijuana possession.
A budget bill expected to pass this week protects state medical marijuana programs, including Missouri’s, after new U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions said he would crack down on marijuana possession. File photo NYT
A budget bill expected to pass this week protects state medical marijuana programs, including Missouri’s, after new U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions said he would crack down on marijuana possession. File photo NYT

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    Overland Park city council candidate Gina Burke says incumbent Terry Goodman has besieged her with texts and other communications urging her not to run and demeaning her candidacy. Goodman says he's raising legitimate concerns about her inexperience.