School districts are in a quandary over students who use medical marijuana, with some fearing that any help they offer could land them in jail.
Voters in November agreed to legalize pot for medical purposes but it’s also a popular recreational drug considered illegal by the federal government. And that has raised a number of questions as districts scramble to put policies in place. Among them:
— Will local schools store the drug on school premises or will parents have to come on campus to give it to their child?
— What forms of the drug will be acceptable on campus? Can students apply cannabis ointments or patches on their skin or bring edible brownies in their lunchboxes?
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