Two years later, ill Texans still haven't been able to legally use cannabidiol – Houston Chronicle

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Morris Denton, CEO of Compassionate Cultivation, walks into a vegetative room lit with bright growing lights which simulate sun for marijuana plants that will be grown in the room.

Morris Denton, CEO of Compassionate Cultivation, walks into a vegetative room lit with bright growing lights which simulate sun for marijuana plants that will be grown in the room.

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Morris Denton, CEO of Compassionate Cultivation, walks into a vegetative room lit with bright growing lights which simulate sun for marijuana plants that will be grown in the room.

Morris Denton, CEO of Compassionate Cultivation, walks into a vegetative room lit with bright growing lights which simulate sun for marijuana plants that will be grown in the room.

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Morris Denton, CEO of Compassionate Cultivation, inspects his extraction machine that will turn marijuana plant matter into oil. Denton is one of only three entities expected to soon get a license to grow medical cannabis, in his soon to open location in South Austin. less Morris Denton, CEO of Compassionate Cultivation, inspects his extraction machine that will turn marijuana plant matter into oil. Denton is one of only three entities expected to soon get a license to grow … more Photo: Bob Owen, Staff

Two years later, ill Texans still haven’t been able to legally use cannabidiol

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AUSTIN – The first doses of medicinal marijuana will be available for purchase in Texas as early as December,

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