Even after Gov. Scott Walker signed a bill into law late last month that allows for the possession of a medical marijuana extract — called CBD oil — Rep. David Bowen, D-Milwaukee, said this is “not enough” for Wisconsinites.
People in the state of Wisconsin who need access to CBD oil would still have to go to great lengths to access it since the bill does not allow for production or delivery of the oil in the state, Bowen said.
“It would make sense to allow that accessibility barrier to be removed so folks who are suffering won’t have to jump through hoops to get access to a natural resource,” Bowen said.
An amendment Rep. Chris Taylor, D-Madison, introduced would allow for people to produce and prepare the oil in Wisconsin for those who need it, but it did not have support from Republicans.
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