First Set Of Rules For Medical Cannabis Usage In South Dakota Schools Is Approved

Last November, South Dakota became the first U.S. state to simultaneously legalize and recreational cannabis. Since then regulators have been working on setting up protocols and guidelines for both programs.

This past Monday, the South Dakota Board of Standards unanimously passed rules that will serve as the basis of allowing medical cannabis to be used in the public schools, beginning this upcoming school year, reported Kota TV.

Board members confirmed that “given the complexity of the issue” the rules would most probably be susceptible to changes.

A nine-page document covers instructions for the administration of medical cannabis to students, the allowable …

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