N.J. judge: Mother can’t bring medical marijuana to her child at school

<div> <p><strong>TRENTON</strong> — The mother of a teenage New Jersey girl with epilepsy cannot come to school to feed her daughter cannabis oil that has helped control her seizures, a state judge ruled Tuesday, saying state and federal drug possession laws trump their right to use medical marijuana on school grounds.</p> <p>Half <a href="http://www.autismdailynewscast.com/n-j-judge-mother-cant-bring-medical-marijuana-child-school/31252/reprint/" target="_blank" rel="nofollow" id="rssmi_more"> ...read more</a>

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TRENTON — The mother of a teenage New Jersey girl with epilepsy cannot come to school to feed her daughter cannabis oil that has helped control her seizures, a state judge ruled Tuesday, saying state and federal drug possession laws trump their right to use medical marijuana on school grounds.

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