Rep. Roderick Houston, D-Wichita, right, checks on Kiley Klug and her son, Owen, after a hearing in Topeka on hemp oil at which her son had seizures.
Rep. Roderick Houston, D-Wichita, right, checks on Kiley Klug and her son, Owen, after a hearing in Topeka on hemp oil at which her son had seizures. Bryan Lowry The Wichita Eagle
Rep. Roderick Houston, D-Wichita, right, checks on Kiley Klug and her son, Owen, after a hearing in Topeka on hemp oil at which her son had seizures. Bryan Lowry The Wichita Eagle

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