"Both my wife and I had health issues. Using marijuana helped us tremendously, it's what inspired us to open our business," Santita Delaney of Pearl, owner of Hemp World, said on May 25. Credit: Vickie D. King/Mississippi Today

Mississippi Today’s Adam Ganucheau, Bobby Harrison and Geoff Pender discuss whether lawmakers will come to Jackson earlier than scheduled to pass a medical marijuana program or fix the ballot initiative process that was voided by the Mississippi Supreme Court.

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Adam Ganucheau, as Mississippi Today's editor-in-chief, oversees the newsroom and works with the editorial team to fulfill our mission of producing high-quality journalism in the public interest. Adam has covered politics and state government for Mississippi Today since February 2016. A native of Hazlehurst, Adam has worked as a staff reporter for AL.com, The Birmingham News and The Clarion-Ledger and his work has appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post and Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Adam earned his bachelor’s in journalism from the University of Mississippi.