Report: Difficult For Some With Epilepsy To Get Medical Pot

A new Indiana law allowing people with certain types of epilepsy to use a marijuana-derived oil for treatment spurred a statewide crackdown that made it more difficult for those seeking the product to obtain it. Legislation passed in April allows the limited use of cannabidiol. But The Indianapolis Star reports State Excise Police soon confiscated the product from 57 stores before halting those raids amid questions about the substance’s legality.

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