The Georgia Senate this afternoon voted 54-0 to allow the parents of children with certain catastrophic diseases to travel to Colorado to purchase cannabis (marijuana) oil that can slow or stop the children from having seizures and other problems.

Despite the unanimous vote, however, passage of the bill that’s been sent back to the House has become more complicated than many had hoped. The Senate added to the bill a provision dealing with insurance coverage of certain therapies for autistic children under seven years old. 

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