This is the next article in WorkersCompensation.com's “Comp and Cannabis” series, as Editor Dara Barney explores medical marijuana legislation state-by-state, and what it means regarding workers' compensation.
A six-year old girl in Texas diagnosed with intractable epilepsy was given cannabidiol oil at the beginning of February, the first legal medical dose administered to a patient in the state, writes Anna M. Tinsley of the Star-Telegram.
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