Glasgow Daily Times, Glasgow, KY


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Debbie McGrath of Lexington, the mother of a daughter with epilepsy and executive director of the Kentucky Epilepsy Foundation, asked Kentucky lawmakers to consider making legal in Kentucky an oil derived from marijuana that has shown promise in treating seizures. She was testifying before the Senate Health and Welfare Committee. To her side is Laureen Vassil, an ICU pediatric nurse from Lexington whose daughter suffers severe seizures. She also testified on behalf of making the CBD oil legal in Kentucky. Ronnie Ellis/CNHI News

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