Shona uses medical marijuana to help treat her Crohn's disease. When her 11 year-old son spoke up during an anti-drug program to clarify information about medical marijuana, his school called the police.
Garden City police were reportedly called to Shona's son's school after he challenged items in the anti-drug program. Police obtained a warrant to search Shona's home, discovering the cannabis that she uses to treat her Crohn's disease.
Now Shona's son is in temporary protective custody, and the District Attorney is considering criminal charges and long-term removal of her son from the home.
As Shona's friends, we know that she is fighting an ongoing battle as we speak to get her son back into her arms, and we know that we need to do everything we can to make that happen as soon as possible. Will you help?
Don't let Shona and her son become yet two more victims of the nation's flawed policy on medical marijuana. Please sign this urgent petition to the Finney County District Attorney and Department of Families and Children to help me keep this family together.
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