In a unanimous 34 to 0 vote, Alabama’s Senate passed Senate Bill 174 today, sending it to the state’s House of Representatives. The proposal – named Carly’s Law in honor of 3-year-old Carly Chandler who suffers from epilepsy – would allow the University of Alabama’s Department of Neurology to study the use of cannabis oil …
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