The new policy ensures students can access medical cannabis at school, but teachers and staff with licenses have to leave their cannabis at home.
The proposal would require parents to administer their kids’ meds.
With federal legalization of cannabis must come an adjustment in the education around the plant.
SB 1127 would let parents give their kids medical cannabis at school, but only if their school opts-in to the policy.
Ashley's Law passed the Illinois House and Senate with nearly unanimous support before Gov. Rauner signed it into law.
An impactful modification to a pre-existing law will enable more pediatric medical marijuana patients to get the medicine and education they need.
An 11-year-old's case leads to big changes as Illinois lawmakers vote to give kids access to medical marijuana in school.
As if we needed another reason to legalize the herb, Arizona might source teachers' raises from legal cannabis.
In Denver, reports have been circulating of a volunteer high school teacher accused of smoking weed with students.
This state could allow school nurses to administer medical marijuana if a proposed law is passed.