The parent of a 7-year-old medical marijuana patient is pushing to be allowed to administer medication to their child on school grounds. The parent, John Barclay, currently has to pick up his daughter from school at lunch time in order to take her home and administer her medication at home. This is very disruptive to her education, he argues. The cannabis medication is “liquid gold,” according to Barclay. River, his daughter, suffers from seizures and cannabis has been the only thing that reliably treats them. River is administered non-psychoactive CBD edibles in order to treat her seizures, but she needs a second dose at noon. A bill has been proposed in Washington’s capitol of Olympia that would allow the administering of medical marijuana on school grounds to children that meet the state’s requirements to be a medical marijuana patient.