Wisconsin’s CBD program is perhaps the most limited of all the US states w/ minimal cannabis legalization. On Apr. 16, 2014, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker signed AB 726, which states that “any physician may provide an individual with a hard copy of a letter or other official documentation stating that the individual possesses cannabidiol to treat a seizure disorder if the cannabidiol is in a form without a psychoactive effect.” A release from the Governor’s office characterizes the law as “clearing the way for a new treatment for children suffering from seizure disorders, pending FDA approval.” On Apr. 17, 2017, Gov. Scott Walker signed SB 10 into law, which replaced “seizure disorder” with “medical condition,” broadening the original bill.