New Jersey Governor Chris Christie wants to change the state’s medical marijuana laws. The proposal would allow qualified children to get edible forms of marijuana under certain conditions. Brian Wilson, whose daughter suffers from a rare and life-threatening form of epilepsy, pushed for the change. Earlier this week, he confronted Gov. Christie face-to-face on the issue. Wilson says today’s decision by the governor is a victory for his family, but not all patients in New Jersey. Wolf spoke with Wilson and chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta.
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