Groundbreaking Medical Marijuana Case Lets Little Girl Go Back to School
ILLINOIS -- A little girl was back in a school she loves in Schaumburg, Illinois, last week, but only after a federal judge said it was okay for her to bring her prescription medication with her. Eleven-year-old Ashley Surin was not allowed to attend class because she wears a medical marijuana patch and uses cannabis oil and lotion to manage seizures. The medical marijuana and a special diet have worked wonders for her health, according to her parents.
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