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Alabama Legislature marijuana bill

Alabama Legislature marijuana bill

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The bill filed in the Alabama Legislature seeking to legalize CBD oil, a marijuana-derivative used to treat certain debilitating medical conditions.
The bill filed in the Alabama Legislature seeking to legalize CBD oil, a marijuana-derivative used to treat certain debilitating medical conditions.

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1HB1042155893-33By Representatives Ball, Todd and Farley4RFD: Judiciary 5First Read: 14-JAN-14 6PFD: 01/03/2014
 
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1155893-3:n:01/02/2014:JET/tan LRS2013-4253R22 3 4 5 6 7 8SYNOPSIS: Under existing law, it is a Class A9misdemeanor to possess marijuana for personal use. 10This bill would provide a defense of11necessity in a prosecution for the unlawful12possession of marijuana in the second degree when13the defendant has been diagnosed by a physician14with having a debilitating medical condition and15possesses cannabidiol (CBD) that is likely to16provide therapeutic or palliative relief to the17medical condition.18This bill would also provide a defense of19necessity in a prosecution for the unlawful20possession of marijuana in the second degree when a21parent or legal guardian possesses cannabidiol22(CBD) on behalf of a minor who has a debilitating23medical condition that has been diagnosed by a24physician with whom the minor has a bona fide25physician-patient relationship and was prescribed26cannabidiol for the therapeutic or palliative27relief from the debilitating medical condition.Page 1
 
1Amendment 621 of the Constitution of Alabama2of 1901, now appearing as Section 111.05 of the3Official Recompilation of the Constitution of4Alabama of 1901, as amended, prohibits a general5law whose purpose or effect would be to require a6new or increased expenditure of local funds from7becoming effective with regard to a local8governmental entity without enactment by a 2/3 vote9unless: it comes within one of a number of10specified exceptions; it is approved by the11affected entity; or the Legislature appropriates12funds, or provides a local source of revenue, to13the entity for the purpose.14The purpose or effect of this bill would be15to require a new or increased expenditure of local16funds within the meaning of the amendment. However,17the bill does not require approval of a local18governmental entity or enactment by a 2/3 vote to19become effective because it comes within one of the20specified exceptions contained in the amendment.21 22A BILL23TO BE ENTITLED24AN ACT25 26Relating to the crime of possession of marijuana in27the second degree; to provide a defense of necessity in aPage 2

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