Indiana senator files bill to legalize CBD oil
A state senator has filed a bill that would officially legalize the sale and possession of cannabidiol, or CBD oil, in Indiana. Republican Senator Jim Tomes from Wadesville filed the bill at the end of 2017. The proposed legislation clarifies that CBD oil is not included under the term "controlled substance," which would make it legal in Indiana. The bill comes after Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill declared CBD oil illegal in the state back in November. Cannabidiol hemp oil, or CBD oil, is used by families of children with seizures and by others who deal with chronic pain and anxiety.