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New Jersey family moves to Colo. So ill daughter can get medical marijuana

From left- Brian, Adele, Meghan and Vivian Wilson. Vivian, 2, has a form of epilepsy that responds well to treatment with cannabis.
From left- Brian, Adele, Meghan and Vivian Wilson. Vivian, 2, has a form of epilepsy that responds well to treatment with cannabis.

By Tara Culp-Ressler | Think Progress

Brian and Meghan Wilson don’t want to leave their home state of New Jersey. They would prefer to remain near their families and friends — and they want their two-year-old daughter to be able to keep seeing her nationally renowned neurologist, who’s an expert at treating her rare form of epilepsy.

But, since progress on New Jersey’s medical marijuana policy has stalled, the family is being forced to relocate anyway. They’re going to Colorado to seek out treatment for their daughter, Vivian, who needs a liquefied marijuana strain in order to prevent her potentially fatal seizures.

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If you’d like to discuss marijuana issues, contact Ryan Hurley, director of the Rose Law Group Medical Marijuana Dept. rhurley@roselawgroup.com

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