The bus tour was like a pub crawl, but meant for the state’s cannabis patients to tour and shop at different dispensaries.

For the first time in five years, Joppa resident Brandon Bevins feels good.

There’s still some pain, but after being diagnosed with bladder cancer at 31, he feels like he’s turning a promising corner.

And he owes it all to the medicinal cannabis community, he said.

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Hallie Miller ~ BaltimoreSun.com ~

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