Mothers fight for medical cannabis to be allowed in schools

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BRITTANY COSTELLOAugust 17, 2018 06:45 PM ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Parents around the nation are turning to medical cannabis to help with their child’s ailments. But there’s one major problem: The medication is not allowed in school. Now two women are hoping to change that in New Mexico. Lindsay Sledge and Tisha Brick are asking that their child’s school be allowed to administer medical cannabis to their children.  Sledge’s daughter, Paloma, has the rare condition Dravet Syndrome. It’s a form of epilepsy that causes hard to control seizures. Mothers fight for medical cannabis to be allowed in schools

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