ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — A New Mexico family is suing the state's health department claiming that medical marijuana growing limitations hinder producers from making a certain cannabis oil that helps with their infant daughter's rare disorder.

Nicole and Ernie Sena have an 8-month-old daughter named Amylea, and when they look into her eyes they said they see more than the disorder that has plagued their little girl since she was born.

Amylea suffers from tonic-clonic seizures, an extremely rare form of epilepsy. According to the Senas, their daughter is one of five children in the world who suffers from it.

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Matt Howerton ~ KOAT.com ~

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