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Interactive photo gallery: Utah kids with epilepsy await cannabis oil
First Published Mar 06 2014 06:53 pm • Last Updated Apr 09 2014 01:21 pm

Utah’s Legislature has less than a week to decide whether to pass HB105, which would give families trial access to a nonintoxicating cannabis oil shown to quell seizures in some children who have exhausted all other remedies. Read the full story here, and hover over the photos to learn about some of the children who wait.

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