02/07/2011 04:27 pm ET Updated May 25, 2011

Colorado Springs High School Won't Allow Student In Class After Medical Marijuana Use

The saga of a Colorado Springs teenager struggling with a rare neurological condition best controlled with medical marijuana lozenges became a little more surreal when Harrison School District 2 informed the student's father that the child cannot return to school on any day that he consumes medical marijuana.

"They say if he takes his medicine it is 'internal possession' and he cannot come back to school," the teenager's father told The Colorado Independent. The boy attends Sierra High School.

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