On Tuesday, D.C. Public Schools clarified its policy, telling News4 health professionals will administer medical marijuana to students in schools.

It’s back-to-school season for D.C. students, but 11-year-old Zoey Carty isn’t able to join the other students in the classroom.

She suffers from frontal lobe epilepsy and experiences seizures, sometimes up to dozens of times a day.

Zoey’s mother, Dawn Lee-Carty, found prescription drugs didn't work.

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Mark Segraves and Allison Park ~ NBCWashington.com

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