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The day for medical marijuana advertising has come

English: Medical marijuana neon sign at a disp...
English: Medical marijuana neon sign at a dispensary on Ventura Boulevard in Los Angeles, California, U.S.A. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Missouri aired its first medical marijuana commercial, sponsored by Show-Me Cannabis, according to High Times.

“2016 is going to be pivotal year for medical marijuana laws in Missouri. We feel this video really grabs viewer attention, provokes thought, and encourages education about the issue,” said John Payne, Executive Director of Show-Me Cannabis.

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The 30 second advertisement features medical cardholders who are confronted by police officers. It is titled “Guilty” and they each admit to being guilty for treating various symptoms with marijuana.

To learn more about the commercial, read the full story. The full video advertisement can be found at the Show-Me website.

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