Change likely to make CDB oil accessible
|Change likely to make CDB oil accessible||Darrell Miller||01/25/17|
January 25, 2017 10:59 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: Change likely to make CDB oil accessible
Due to the efforts of one parent with a child that suffered from seizures, cannabis treatment for the disorder may be likely in the future. Sally Schaeffer helped pass Lydia’s Law in 2014, which hopes to allow research on the use of the drug. However, wording in the law has forced doctors to apply for an FDA investigational license. An alteration to the law next week is hoping to change that. The bill will hopefully at least allow people in Wisconsin to legally own the oil. The government is trying to get it legalized at a national level as well.
- State Act 267 – now Lydia’s Law – was passed in April 2014, supporters hailed it as a potential alternative to traditional epilepsy medications.
- The bill (Lydia's Law) had a flaw- doctors had to apply for an FDA investigational license. New legislation is happening so now people can legally possess the CBD oil in the state of Wisconsin.
- In no way does this mean that the use of medical or recreational marijuana is allowed.
"After two years of a stalemate in the state government, a bill legalizing the use of cannabidiol as seizure treatment may finally become useful."