WI Marijuana Law
Gov. Scott Walker signed a bill legalizing cannabidiol (CBD), a substance derived from cannabis which contains no THC, for Wisconsin residents suffering from intractable epilepsy that have written approval from their doctor. CBD has been shown to decrease epileptic seizures.
Residents with intractable epilepsy can qualify for cannabidiol (CBD). The production of CBD and the cultivation of cannabis is illegal in Wisconsin; therefore, qualifying patients along with their doctor have to request an investigational drug permit from the FDA. If a doctor gets approval, the state will then determine which pharmacies and/or doctors can dispense CBD.