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Frances Strange and her husband, Larry, consider themselves “distraught landowners” who live along the proposed route for the Bluegrass Pipeline.
At least that’s how they described themselves in a letter to the editor sent to the Enterprise.
The Stranges live on Loretto Road in Nelson County, but they aren’t far from the Marion County line.
“We actually have Marion County water,” Frances Strange said.
Medical marijuana has been a topic for debate with no prospect of advancing in this year’s legislative session.
But Sen. Denise Harper Angel hopes a bill she filed Thursday calling for clinical trials of the illicit substance will provide a starting point for officials to study its medicinal benefits.