School nurses can now give kids medical marijuana in Colorado
The state has taken another massive step toward embracing cannabis’s medical benefits—by allowing children to take medical marijuana at school.
The law only applies to cannabis oil and other “non-smokeable” marijuana like CBD oil, and requires that students have a medical marijuana card and written permission from their parents and school principal. Basically, the law just gives nurses the ability to treat medical weed like they would any other prescription medication. It also specifies that students cannot carry their medical marijuana on the school bus or around with them on school grounds, and nurses have to store the medication in a locked container.
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School Nurses Can Now Give Kids Medical Marijuana in Colorado
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