The medicinal cannabis law reform report was delivered to the Attorney-General on 31 August 2015. The report made 42 recommendations for changes to the law to allow people to be treated with medicinal cannabis in exceptional circumstances. The report was tabled in Parliament on 6 October 2015. The law was subsequently reformed at a state and Commonwealth level enabling people to be treated with medicinal cannabis for some conditions. For the current state of the law in Victoria, see Health Victoria.