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  • Davis, working to get the bill into a version that can pass, said he's attempting to strike a balance between making it as expansive as possible (to increase patients' ability to get the oil) and narrow enough so that SLED, the medical association and others don't oppose it.

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  • Davis said he proposed the bill after state police warned a manager at Sun City Hilton Head last May that the bridge and canasta social clubs it advertised for residents violated state law.

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