Law Allowing Marijuana-Derived Oil Spurs Indiana Crackdown

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Law Allowing Marijuana-Derived Oil Spurs Indiana Crackdown

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A new Indiana law that allows people with certain types of epilepsy to use a marijuana-derived oil for treatment has spurred a statewide crackdown, making it more difficult for those seeking the product to obtain it.

Lawmakers passed legislation in April allowing certain patients with treatment-resistant epilepsy to use cannabidiol. The substance, also known as CBD, can’t get a person high. The law requires the products to contain less than 0.3 percent of THC, the active ingredient of cannabis.

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