Recently, Asheville County school district in North Carolina approved CBD use for students. This new policy change stands out against the other three neighboring school districts who have strict guidelines preventing students from using CBD. The decision to allow CBD use in Asheville County schools was passed at a board meeting on May 4th.
Due to the fact that CBD does not contain any THC and it is not a drug, this has caused many schools to start considering allowing it for use by students and separating it out from prohibited drugs. Hopefully this step by Asheville County School District will advance similar decisions in other school districts and allow for more people to recognize the difference between CBD and marijuana and THC products.
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