MONTGOMERY, Ala. – For the last few years, the Alabama legislature has talked a lot about CBD oil. It’s derived from marijuana, but it can’t get you high. It can, however, make a big difference for patients who sometimes suffer multiple seizures a day.

Carly’s Law created a legal exception to allow CBD oil for research purposes. This year, the driving force behind Carly’s Law, Representative Mike Ball (R-Madison), has a new push he’s making.

It’s for Leni’s Law, which would decriminalize CBD oil. Still, even if that law passed, it would be almost impossible to obtain the oil in Alabama without breaking federal law. So Representative Ball came up with a bold plan. He’s creating a push to re-schedule marijuana on the federal level, creating legal room for medicinal marijuana.

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David Kumbroch ~ WHNT.com ~

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