Alabama moms make passionate plea: Legalize medical marijuana oil

Three moms, three children suffering from various forms of epilepsy, three different stories trying to share one message:

Legalize medicinal oil derived from marijuana.

In Alabama, that potential law has been dubbed Leni's Law and state Rep. Mike Ball, R-Huntsville, is the bill's sponsor. Sen. Paul Sanford, R-Huntsville, will carry the bill in the Senate.

On Monday, the three moms addressed the Madison County legislative delegation at its annual public forum. Their singular message came from three different vantage points:

  • One mom said her child has never had a drop of CBD oil because she was not accepted into the Carly's Law study at UAB.
  • One mom said her child has flourished in receiving the CBD oil in the UAB.
  • One mom said her child had to withdraw from the UAB study, not because of the CBD oil but because of complications from pharmaceutical medications.

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