Colorado schools would be required to allow medical marijuana use under a bill awaiting the governor’s pen.
Gov. John Hickenlooper says he supports the school requirement.
Senators voted 35-0 Tuesday in favor of the bill. It makes Colorado the second state to require schools to accommodate student pot use.
The bill says schools must permit non-smokeable marijuana medicines at school, as long as the school districts agree and the drug is administered by a parent or adult caregiver.
The bill has already passed the House.