Fla. low-THC medical marijuana law passes major hurdle

FLORIDA:  We’ve shared their emotional stories. Parents from all over the state have been waiting. Waiting to get their hands on Charlotte’s Web, a low-THC form of medical marijuana, to treat illnesses their children have such as epilepsy, seizures and cancer.

Finally, on Wednesday they got an answer when a judge threw out a lawsuit holding up the implementation of the drug.

Jeff Sharkey started the Medical Marijuana Business Association. He’s followed the entire process of Charlotte’s Web: From lawmakers legalizing it last year to several lawsuits from potential growers halting the sale of the drug to today with a sale date in sight.

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