Students eat cannabis candies in SF
Edibles: What you need to know before you buy
SAN MATEO, Calif. – A California lawmaker wants to make it legal, and easier, for medical marijuana to be administered to children at school after being inspired by a 18-year-old boy with epilepsy who says the CBD oil he takes daily is necessary to stop having seizures and attend class.
Sen. Jerry Hill’s legislation, SB 1127, was proposed on Tuesday, the same day that 10 children at James Lick Middle School in San Francisco vomited, felt dizzy and were sickened by eating rainbow-colored “medical marijuana” strips that someone illegally brought to school.
But Hill (D-San Mateo) is certainly not proposing that kids bring edibles to campus.
“This is different,” Hill insisted on Wednesday. “Most of the medical marijuana used for these childhood