Connect with us

Legal & Regulation

New Advancements Unfold on Permit for Medical Cannabis on School Premises

Jane Summers

Published

on

New Advancements Unfold on Permit for Medical Cannabis on School Premises

Senate Bill 223 progressed and passed an assembly vote last week. The measure would permit school boards to determine whether medical marijuana can be administered on school grounds, and the type of cannabis permitted would be the non-smoking form.

This is not the first bill of its kind. Another bill was introduced by Senator Jerry Hill, who is a democrat representing San Mateo. In 2018, he introduced a similar bill, which passed both the Senate and Assembly, however it was voted by the governor of the time, Jerry Brown, according to KRCTV.

Assemblyman James Gallagher, who voted against Bill 223, stated in the KRCTV article, “Quite simply we can't be offering marijuana use on our school campuses.” He added, “We know that this could be abused and to open up the door to our schools, to our campuses for authorized drug-use is just a very bad precedent.”

Jane is a regular contributor who learned about the great benefits of CBD a few years ago after starting it herself. Impressed by its effects, she's interested in helping others learn about options that can be helpful for them.

Continue Reading
Ultimate CBD Guide

ultimate-cbd-products-company-guidepopular-cbd-health-benefits best-cannabidiol-guide-resources hemp guide

CBD News Updates

TimesofCBD is the most active daily CBD news publication featuring the latest cannabis industry stories and marijuana market trends. As the leader in CBD-centric content curation, we invite all readers to come for the headlines and stay for the insights. Quality is the top priority when presenting user guides, analyzing product reviews and reporting fact-checked news announcements. All information is for educational purposes only.

Got news? Email contact@timesofcbd.com