A bill legalizing the limited use of medicinal cannabis oil will head to Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam’s desk after lawmakers in the state house and senate unanimously approved the measure Monday evening. The new law would mean someone diagnosed with seizures or epilepsy may use cannabis oil that contains low amounts of THC, which is the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana. The state is reviewing a separate GOP bill that would open up the use of medical marijuana grown and distributed locally to people suffering from other conditions, but lawmakers have voted to study the measure over the summer before bringing it to a vote.
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