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Alabama Governor Signs Bill Expanding Access to CBD Oil

On Wednesday, Alabama's Governor Robert Bentley signed a bill into law that gives patients with seizures and other debilitating conditions the freedom to possess CBD oil in the state without fear of prosecution.  

Alabama Lawmakers Pass CBD Oil Bill, But Legal Woes Persist for Patients

On Tuesday, Alabama's House of Representatives voted 95-to-4, with the Senate voting 29-to-3, in favor of legislation aimed at giving patients with seizures and other debilitating conditions the freedom to possess low-THC cannabis oil in the state of Alabama...

High Court Rejects Appeal Over Stiff Marijuana Sentence

The Supreme Court has turned away an appeal from a 76-year-old Alabama man who was sentenced to life in prison without parole for possessing less than three pounds of marijuana that he said he grew for personal use.

Alabama Prison Riot: More to Come?

On Tuesday, Gov. Robert Bentley visited Holman Prison in southwest Alabama—in the wake of a bloody uprising at the facility.   

Alabama Sheriff Fired Deputies for Not Supplying Him With Marijuana for Dying Aunt

While the state of Alabama has struggled for the past several years to get lawmakers onboard with legislation aimed at allowing marijuana to be consumed for medicinal purposes, it appears Winston County Sheriff Hobby Walker has devised a small town medical marijuana progr...

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