Legalization of CBD Oils

Cannabidiol (CBD) oils, made from extracts of the marijuana plant’s leaves, have been shown effective in treating seizures. Accordingly, state laws legalizing such treatments are springing up all over the country—including in states like Utah, Arkansas and Iowa where you’d least expect medical marijuana legislation to pass.
In addition to these CBD-oils-only laws, it could be argued that use of CBD oils is a form of “useable marijuana” made legal under state medical marijuana laws—especially in the majority of medical marijuana states that define “useable marijuana” to include the leaves, buds and flowers of the marijuana plant and

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How Much Money Could Your State Make by Legalizing Cannabis?

How does $3,098,866,907 sound? That’s how much tax revenue could be collected if all 50 states legalized and imposed their normal state sales tax plus a modest…




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The New Marijuana Map

The November 4 elections changed the landscape of marijuana legalization. Here’s a visual rundown of…


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North Carolina and Missouri Okay Hemp Extracts for Seizures

Two states have legalized CBD oils for seizures. North Carolina has adopted a limited hemp extract epilepsy treatment law and Missouri has legalized the use of hemp extracts for seizures.
North Carolina has legalized the use of Cannabidiol (CBD) oils for treating seizures. Highlights of the Epilepsy Alternative Treatment Act, also known as…


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Missouri Legalizes Use of Hemp Extracts for Seizures

July 14, 2014: The Governor signed a bill making it legal to use hemp oils to treat…

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