WEST CHESTER, Ohio — An Ohio girl, who moved to Colorado with her family because she couldn't use medical marijuana to treat her disease in the state, has now returned to Ohio.

To celebrate the return of Addyson Benton, her parents, Heather and Adam Benton, threw a bash June 17 for Addyson's sixth birthday.

Addyson and a young pal waked hand-in-hand around the venue, with Addyson smiling and pointing at the lights and train sounds.

“She’s been the ultimate factor on every decision,” said Heather Benton, brushing a hand over her daughter’s hair. “Her well-being is the only thing that matters.”

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Anne Saker ~ The Cincinnati Enquirer via USAToday.com

 

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