CHARLESTON — Citing disappointment with last year’s medical marijuana bill and the potential economic boon for West Virginia, two Hinton residents joined a crowd of roughly 50 on the Capitol steps rallying Wednesday for the legalization of marijuana.
Torula Chanlett-Avery, left, and Chris Chanlett, from Hinton, hold signs while West Virginia Senator Richard Ojeda (D-Logan) speaks at the steps of the West Virginia Capitol during a marijuana legalization rally Wednesday morning in Charleston. (Chris Jackson/The Register-Herald)
Cindy Facemire, left, from Chloe, and a man who did not give a name hold signs advocating for the legalization of marijuana in West Virginia prior to a pro marijuana rally at the West Virginia Capitol in Charleston on Wednesday. (Chris Jackson/The Register-Herald)