Border a No-Go Zone for Canada’s Medical Pot Patients

Dangling uselessly at her side, Jan Rieveley’s right arm has become a “paper weight.”

A bad fall in a dark cave in Ohio four years ago tore nerves previously made weaker from cancer radiation treatment.

“It’s pain 24/7,” says the 61-year-old owner of a small Riverside business.

Rieveley said her previous opiate “cocktail” of Percocets and other pain medications permitted her to work about two hours a week.

– Read the entire article at Windsor Star.