Following legalization in 2016, and as laws continue to take shape at the state level, the Kittery School Committee will review a new medical marijuana administration policy at its next meeting on Tuesday.

Though no Kittery students currently use medical marijuana for diagnoses or illnesses on schools grounds, Superintendent Eric Waddell said it’s necessary to have a policy in place for the future.

The Maine Medical Use of Marijuana Act governs the administration of medical marijuana in schools, regulated by the Department of Administration and Financial Services.

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Hadley Barndollar ~ York County Coast Star via BangorDailyNews.com

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