CBD Oil Only (2014)
In 2014, Wisconsin passed AB 726, which creates a legal right for patients with seizure disorders to possess and use CBD-rich medicines if they have a written recommendation. The law allows medical practitioners to dispense CBD but provides no guidance on how they may obtain it, nor does the law address production or distribution. The law only removes criminal penalties for CBD and does not authorize the possession or use of THC in any quantity. Nearly all CBD-rich products have at least some amount of THC, making the production of qualifying medicine practically impossible.
Patient Registry or ID Cards Program?
Yes, and patients must be diagnosed with a seizure disorder to receive legal protection and may only possess forms of cannabis that do not produce psychoactive effects. There is also no legal protection for designated caregivers.
No legal protection
Distribution/DispensariesNo legal protection
Wisconsin has allowed CBD Oil Only since 2014
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