Piggybacking on “Rylie’s Law,” a newly introduced bill would allow Delaware schools to carry and administer marijuana oil on their premises.
Senate Bill 181 would allow qualified caregivers to carry and administer marijuana oils to students who receive the treatment for epilepsy.
It’s an extension of legislation passed last year to allow a narrow subset of minors in the state to enroll in its medical marijuana treatment program. Specifically, it allowed those with intractable epilepsy to receive treatment through the substance and only in oil form, which advocates say does not cause intoxication.
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