Maureen Surin’s daughter, Ashley, suffers from seizures that are a complication of her leukemia treatment. CBS 2's Lauren Victory reports.
The law states one cannot take medicine on school grounds; the nurses at Maureen's school feared they would lose their license or face arrest if they helped her.
The attorney general's office has effectively said at the hearing that they will not enforce the ordinance, which is precisely what the school district was hoping for.
It is cases like these that highlight just how important distinctions concerning medical marijuana must be carefully considered when creating legislation.