A compromise bill to expand the conditions that can legally be treated with cannabis oil in Georgia is set to go before the Georgia House of Representatives on Wednesday.
On Friday, a House committee approved changes to Senate Bill 16 which add several new conditions and keeps the maximum allowable percentage of THC at 5 percent.
If the bill is approved by the House and Senate and signed by Gov. Nathan Deal, Georgians with “severe or end-stage” autism, AIDS, Tourette’s Syndrome and peripheral neuropathy, will be allowed to legally use low-THC cannabis oil.
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