PHIL CAMPBELL – The Alpha Zeta Iota Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa at Northwest-Shoals Community College will host an Honors Forum at the Lou B. Bevill Auditorium on the Phil Campbell campus on Wednesday, November 5 at 10:30am. The forum will focus on medical uses of marijuana and Cannabidiol (CBD) oil.
Speakers for the forum include:
Dustin Chandler who started a grassroots campaign to lobby the Alabama Legislature to pass a limited medical cannabis bill, Carly’s law, allowing the use of CBD oil. The bill’s namesake is Chandler’s daughter. Carly
was diagnosed in February of 2012 with CDKL5. CDKL5 is a rare X-linked genetic disorder that results in early onset and difficult to control seizures and severe neurodevelopmental impairment.
Joseph Skip Nichols, who is the Clinical Director for Mission of Mercy Shoals, Tennessee Valley Drug Testing Management & Tennessee Valley Counseling.
Mike Ball, who was elected to the Alabama House of Representatives in 2002 (10th District, Madison, AL). Ball received his A.S. in Criminal Justice from Jefferson State Junior College and his B.S. in Political Science from Athens State University. He was a part of the team that assisted with the passage of Carly’s Law.
Ken Brackins, who has been a Psychology instructor at Northwest-Shoals Community College for 26 years.
There is no charge for admission and the public is invited to attend.
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