Medical marijuana bills to treat autism, PTSD, & other conditions near passage
Posted on 5/3/2018 5:05:00 AM.
Two bills that would expand access to medical marijuana are close to being put into law after moving through the full House, and now being passed by a Senate committee. One bill would allow some children with autism, if prescribed, access to the treatment. The bill’s sponsor, Harvey Representative Rodney Lyons, says he was moved by an appeal from his constituents.
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House passes medical marijuana bill
Posted on 4/12/2018 5:24:00 PM.
Individuals suffering from Parkinson’s Disease, chronic pain, severe muscle spasms and P-T-S-D would be able to receive a prescription for medical marijuana under legislation that was approved by the full House. The bill is sponsored by Baton Rouge Representative Ted James.

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