Georgia: 8 new disorders added to medical marijuana proposal – Cannabis News
ATLANTA – A new proposal to amend the current state medical marijuana law, also known as Hayleigh’s Hope Act, is on its way to the Senate.
The measure, known as HB 65, passed out of the House on Wednesday. It adds eight more disorders to the state’s registry list of people legally allowed to use cannabis oil.
Those disorders include: Tourette’s Syndrome, Autism, Epidermolysis Bullosa, Alzheimer’s disease, HIV, AIDS, Autoimmune Diseases and Peripheral Neuropathy.
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Melanie Ruberti ~ LaGrangeNews.com ~