The first registered medical marijuana patient in Minnesota toddled across sunlit grass and into his mother’s arms.
Three-year-old Wyatt sputtered happily as Jessica Hauser swung him up, up into the air to settle on her hip.
Then Wyatt’s eyelids fluttered and his head thumped against her shoulder as he sagged in her arms. Another seizure. One of hundreds that rip through his developing brain daily, endangering his life, unchecked by all the epilepsy treatments the family has tried.
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