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Sign up now to start receiving breaking news alerts on the web. Available only on Chrome and Firefox browsers Get our instant notifications as news happens You can manage them anytime using browser settings The parents of an 11-year-old girl battling leukemia are suing their Illinois school district to allow their daughter to take medical marijuana at school. The girl, identified as A.S. in the lawsuit, has seizures and suffers from epilepsy after going through chemotherapy treatments. A patch and cannabis oil drops would help her get through the school day, according to the lawsuit. The family’s lawyer Steven Glink told the Daily News on Friday that she would be risking seizures and even death if she attends school without the medical marijuana. Parents of 11-year-old girl battling leukemia say daughter should be allowed to take medical marijuana at school

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