N.J. family in medical marijuana dispute with school appears on ‘The View’

TRENTON -- The parents of a 16-year-old girl with epilepsy who have sued her school district to allow her to consume medical marijuana oil on school grounds took their battle to daytime television Monday by appearing on ABC's "The View."  In a live interview, Lora and Roger Barbour of Maple Shade explained to co-hosts Whoopi Goldberg and Paula Faris how their homemade cannabis oil has succeeded in controlling their daughter Genny's seizures and even improved her speech.  Lora Barbour wept as she recalled the day in April when Genny walked up to her father and said, "I love you." It wasn't just the feelings behind the words that moved them, but their oldest daughter's ability to speak more than one word at a time. "It brought us to tears," Roger Barbour said.
TRENTON — The parents of a 16-year-old girl with epilepsy who have sued her school district to allow her to consume medical marijuana oil on school grounds took their battle to daytime television Monday by appearing on ABC’s “The View.” In a live interview, Lora and Roger Barbour of Maple Shade explained to co-hosts Whoopi Goldberg and Paula Faris how their homemade cannabis oil has succeeded in controlling their daughter Genny’s seizures and even improved her speech. Lora Barbour wept as she recalled the day in April when Genny walked up to her father and said, “I love you.” It wasn’t just the feelings behind the words that moved them, but their oldest daughter’s ability to speak more than one word at a time. “It brought us to tears,” Roger Barbour said.

TRENTON — The parents of a 16-year-old girl with epilepsy who have sued her school district to allow her to consume medical marijuana oil on school grounds took their battle to daytime television Monday by appearing on ABC’s “The View.” In a live interview, Lora and Roger Barbour of Maple Shade explained to co-hosts Whoopi Goldberg…