A western Kansas woman is suing the state and some of the agencies involved in questioning and removing her 11-year-old son from her home after he spoke up at school about her possessing and using marijuana.
What's happened to Shona Banda shouldn't happen to anybody.
A well-known activist is fighting for her parental rights after Kansas police and CPS took her child.
Bills that would force welfare applicants and recipients to undergo drug testing are moving in the state legislatures in Austin and Topeka. In Austin, a Texas Senate committee approved a drug testing bill, while in Topeka, the Kansas House approved a bill that would require drug testing of both welfare and unemployment recipients.
Once again, Kansas is pushing to legalize medical marijuana, and one lawmaker says it is not a matter of if but when it will be a legal option.
More states will consider legalizing the drug for treatment, but many people oppose it and the federal government still outlaws it
Jacob Sullum shares this incredible story from a defense attorney in Kansas, "They felt marijuana should be legalized."
Dani, a 21-year-old from Wichita, suffers with depression, anxiety and stomach problems.
After being shot down several times in the past, legislation to legalize medical marijuana was filed again Feb. 15 in the Kansas House of Representatives.
Kansas is now the first state in the nation to ban the sale and possession of synthetic marijuana.