Leni's Law, which took effect June 1, was an expansion of Carly's Law, which passed in 2014 and authorized a study at the University of Alabama in Birmingham on the use of CBD oil to treat seizure disorders.

Four-year-old Gabriel Pass surprises his mother every day now that he's gotten relief from frequent seizures.

Ethan Goodridge, 17, is having fewer seizures and is laughing and talking more, his mother says.

Gabriel and Ethan, so far at least, are two of the success stories resulting from a new Alabama law that allows the use of cannabidiol, or CBD oil, to treat debilitating medical conditions.

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Mike Cason ~ AL.com ~

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