Dad fights for his daughter’s right to use medical cannabis in school
Ashley Surin, an 11-year-old sixth-grader in Illinois, has a prescription for medical marijuana to control her seizures, a side effect of her leukemia treatment, but state law forbids her to use medical cannabis in school. Ashley’s father, Jim Sirin, and Steven Glink, the family’s attorney, tell Megyn Kelly about the status of their fight to change the situation.
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