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Oklahoma - Gov. Fallin Supports Limited Use Of Cannabis Oil

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Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin says she supports the legalization of an oil derived from cannabis, but says she remains firmly opposed to legalizing all medical marijuana. Fallin asked lawmakers Wednesday to support the legalization of cannabidiol, which is an oil derived from the marijuana plant. The oil can only be taken orally and is non-psychoactive. Research suggests it may be effective to treat toddlers with rare conditions that cause seizures and strokes. The governor says cannabidiol could be "potentially life-saving" for some children. She says she supports a limited trial in which the product is made available to sick children. Backers of a broader proposal to legalize medical marijuana have until Friday to submit signatures to qualify for the ballot. Fallin says she does not support that measure.


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Source: Ktul.com
Author: The Associated Press
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Website: Fallin supports limited use of cannabis oil - KTUL.com - Tulsa, Oklahoma - News, Weather & Sports
these pompous politicos piss me off with their uneducated responses to the benifits of herb, just because herb has some side effects (getting high), give people like this govener cover to deny help to many people, am i delusional or are repubs the big villains in this?
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