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What you should know about medical marijuana in Missouri: How to get a card, what are the qualifiers and more.

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A corner property on Kearney Street in north Springfield may become home to a center for manufacturing marijuana-infused products like edibles or vape cartridges.

In January, more than 20 Ozarks-based applications for highly coveted permits to manufacture marijuana products were turned down by state authorities, as they separated winners from losers.

But on Monday, the state medical marijuana program granted a manufacturing permit to Beta Fusion Extracts LLC, which had put in a high-ranking (yet still rejected) application to develop a parcel on the 2400 block of Mayfair Avenue, at the northeast corner of Kearney. (The parcel is owned by another company, Diversity…