DOVER, DE — A bill that would allow children to be accepted into Delaware’s medical marijuana program has been unanimously passed by both chambers in the legislature, and heads to the desk of Governor Jack Markell for final approval.
The bill, Senate Bill 90, also adds intractable epilepsy to the list of debilitating medical conditions that qualify for medical marijuana in the state.
The House voted 40-0 on Thursday to approve the measure, which passed the Senate by a 21-0 vote last week.
Currently, under Delaware’s medical marijuana law, minors under 18 years old are not eligible for the program.
Under the bill passed Thursday, known as Rylie’s Law, special under-18 medical…
Source: The Daily Chronic