A strain of high-cannabidiol marijuana is used to create extracts used in experimental epilepsy treatments.
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A strain of high-cannabidiol marijuana is used to create extracts used in experimental epilepsy treatments.

One of the bills likely to pass in the Georgia legislature would expand access to medical marijuana. Patients being treated for AIDS are among those who would qualify for a prescription. Where and how patients will get cannabis products, which are still under federal prohibition, remains unclear. We talked more about this with GPB capitol reporter Lisa Rayam and Dr. Rasean Hodge, the medical director of Premier Chronic Pain Care in Atlanta.