Gov. Kay Ivey signed the bill into law. The first licenses are expected in late 2022.
If Gov. Kay Ivey signs the bill, Alabama will become the latest Deep South state to legalize for patients.
After serving on a bomb squad in Iraq, Sean Worsley managed his PTSD with medical marijuana—until Alabama sent him to prison for it.
Alabama's Senate Judiciary Committee voted 8-1 to legalize medical cannabis, advancing to the next stage.
Two of America's most cannaphobic states make first-step improvements, thanks to dedicated activists.
Patients consumed CBD daily, dosed to their weight. More reported feeling better at the end of one year.
With a stained-glass window behind them, a lineup of speakers stepped to the front of the church and talked about the potential health benefits of plants that are currently illegal in Alabama.
"CBD-only" laws were meant to give patients access to life-changing medicine. Stephen Paulsen tapped into the CBD underground to see how it actually worked out.
Germany is looking at a medical push, Iceland has some of the highest cannabis consumption rates in the world, and Scottish leaders are reconsidering medical marijuana.