The lawsuits by four U.S. school districts could spark a wave of litigation against JUUL seeking damages for the costs of combatting student vaping.
Utah school districts are shelling out a lot of cash to install anti-vape detectors.
Parents may soon be able to legally administer medical cannabis to K-12 students while they're at school.
Virginia students will be able to access their life-saving medical cannabis in school.
Forest Hills High School in Queens, New York is reportedly now a hotbed of unchecked misbehavior.
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.