Star Tribune Editorial: “The case for CBD use in schools”

“Should Kade or other medically fragile Minnesota children be denied an education because the safest medication for them comes from a plant? School nurses should want to give medication with the least amount of side effects and greatest efficacy, and for students like Kade, that lifesaving medication is hemp-derived CBD and/or medical cannabis.”

We mentioned the Star Tribune’s article on CBD in Minnesota schools previously here on the Stigma blog and today brings us a strong and well worded opinion piece from the newspaper’s continuing coverage on the issue. Read it here, and let us know what you think in the comments.

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