President Trump has agreed to sign a bill, known as the “Right to Try Act,” which could make medical marijuana federally legal for terminally ill patients. Right To Try was unanimously passed by the Senate last summer and by the House of Representatives on Tuesday, May 22, in a vote of 250 to 169. The bill will legalize a wide range of potentially life-saving medications that have yet to go through the entire FDA-approval process. These medications will have already passed the first phase of clinical studies. Right to Try will only allow patients with potentially fatal conditions to try these medications.