Parents sue for girl, 11, to use medical pot during school

CHICAGO — The relatives of a suburban Chicago facile propagandize tyro pang from leukemia are suing a Schaumburg-based propagandize district and a state of Illinois for her to have a right to take medical pot during school. The Chicago Tribune reports that a plaintiffs of a sovereign lawsuit, who are identified by initials, contend a state’s anathema on holding a drug during propagandize is unconstitutional. They contend it denies a right to due routine and violates a Individuals with Disabilities Education Act and a Americans with Disabilities Act.

The 11-year-old tyro is being treated for leukemia with chemotherapy.

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According to Attorney Steve Glink, who filed a lawsuit on interest of a student, a lady needs a medical cannabis patch and drops to assistance negate seizures. The lawsuit also records her physicians approved her to accept medical pot to provide epilepsy.

Illinois’ medical cannabis law prohibits possessing or regulating pot on propagandize drift or buses. Superintendent Andy DuRoss says School District 54 will reside by a law.

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