A federal lawsuit claims the ban on bringing medical marijuana across state lines violates an epileptic girl's constitutional rights.

Twelve-year-old Alexis Bortell uses a cannabis oil called Haleigh's Hope to prevent life-threatening epileptic seizures.

She takes the oil orally by syringe twice a day, and always keeps a THC spray on hand in case she experiences an aura, or pre-seizure event.

The auras happen maybe once every three to four weeks – far less often now that she moved to Colorado than when she lived in Texas. 

Click here to read the complete article

Madison Margolin ~ RollingStone.com

Recent News Articles

Wednesday April 24

Social Life Network's MjLink looking to shake up the cannabis sector with conference

in Finance

by Bruce Kennedy - Editor in Chief

Social LIfe Network (OTCQB:WDLF) CEO Ken Tapp and MjLink President George Jage sat down with…

2009 hits

Thursday April 25

USDA Accepting Applications For Hemp Intellectual Property Protection - Cannabis News

in Cannabis News

by Bruce Kennedy - Editor in Chief

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced on Wednesday that hemp cultivators can officially apply…

2037 hits

Thursday April 25

How to Grow Marijuana Sustainably With Korean Natural Farming - Cannabis News

in Culture & Arts

by Bruce Kennedy - Editor in Chief

Korean Natural Farming (KNF) is a blueprint for an alternative way to farm outdoors among…

2151 hits

Thursday April 25

Inside the Only Pot Research Farm in Washington State - Cannabis News

in Science

by Bruce Kennedy - Editor in Chief

Verda Bio won the state's first pot research license last November, giving the company special…

2107 hits

Thursday April 25

Canada: Alcohol and cannabis companies form pot-beverage group to push changes - Cannabis News

in Finance

by Bruce Kennedy - Editor in Chief

A group of alcohol and cannabis companies have formed an industry alliance to push for…

2163 hits