Under existing law, unlawful possession of marijuana in the first degree is a Class C or Class D felony, and unlawful possession of marijuana in the second degree is a Class A misdemeanor This bill would exempt from the crime of unlawful possession of marijuana a person with a qualifying condition who has a valid medical cannabis card for the medical use of cannabis Carly’s Law authorizes the University of Alabama at Birmingham to conduct research on the use of cannabidiol (CBD) in specified circumstances and provides a defense against unlawful possession of marijuana under the research program. The law expires July 1, 2019 Leni’s Law provides a defense against unlawful possession of marijuana for an individual in possession of CBD if the person has a debilitating medical condition This bill would revise Leni’s Law to make conforming changes to the substantive provisions of the law, and repeal the law November 1, 2020 This bill would authorize residents of this state diagnosed with a qualifying condition and designated caregivers to be registered and obtain a medical cannabis card, thereby authorizing the patient to use cannabis for medical use This bill would...