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California lawmakers OK medical marijuana in schools; will Gov. Newsom approve?

SACRAMENTO, Calif. - California moved a step closer Friday to allowing parents to bring some medical marijuana products to their children on school campuses, and now Gov. Gavin Newsom will be the final arbiter on an idea rejected by his predecessor.

The state Senate gave final legislative approval to a controversial bill that would authorize school districts to let parents bring nonsmoking medical cannabis products - including pills, creams and oils - onto school campuses to administer them to their children. They could only do so for children that had received a doctor's recommendation for the medical marijuana.

State Sen. Jerry Hill, a San Mateo

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