From stigma and steep costs to limits on where they can administer the drug, parents who give their children medical cannabis in Minnesota face challenges.

Andrea Devora can still hear the loud thud on her front door. A Minneapolis police officer and workers from Child Protective Services stood outside.

They heard that Devora had given marijuana to her 10-year-old son, who has autism.

She had shared the success of her son’s legal medical cannabis treatment on Facebook the night before and a woman had reported her. 

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Ryan Faircloth ~ PioneerPress.com

 

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