Virginia’s House of Delegates passed a bill to allow more people to legally use cannabis oil for medical purposes and another version has passed the Senate. Now the House and Senate must decide on a final version.
Currently medical marijuana oil is only permitted in Virginia to treat intractable epilepsy, which is basically drug resistant, but that could soon change. Both versions of the bill call for doctors to decide on a case by case basis whether cannabis oil is an appropriate and legal treatment for other disorders.
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