But does the proposal go far enough?

Medical marijuana could be a hot topic of discussion this year in the halls of the United States Congress.

Last week Representatives Morgan Griffith of Virginia and Earl Blumenauer of Oregon marched up to the steps of the Capitol to reintroduce a measure (HB 715) aimed at downgrading the Schedule I classification of the a specific component of the cannabis plant and give patients access to medicine.

The proposal, aptly deemed the Compassionate Access Act, was designed to give physicians all over the nation – with state approval, of course – the freedom to prescribe cannabidiol or CBD treatment to their patients.

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