Michelle Walker moved her family to Colorado from Texas in 2017 looking for relief for her son, who suffers from severe autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and epileptic seizures — and she found it.

Walker says that her ten-year-old boy, Vincent Zuniga, has made astonishing progress since they moved to Colorado in order to get access to medical marijuana.

As a result, they've been able to visit Rocky Mountain National Park, Coors Field and other public places they wouldn't have dreamed of going to before Vincent's new medication.

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Thomas Mitchell ~ Westword.com

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