Tensions running high between courts, family attorneys and child protective services, who are unsure where lines are drawn in a world of legalized cannabis.
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A well-known activist is fighting for her parental rights after Kansas police and CPS took her child.
Renee Petro has already been living a parent’s worst nightmare for years: her 12-year-old son Branden suffers from a rare form of pediatric epilepsy called FIRES, which causes uncontrolled seizures that can be fatal.
Shawnee Anderson's voice is shrill, quavering -- on the edge of desperate. She clutches her 11-month-old son, Sage, while trying to comprehend the situation unfolding in front of her.
After battling with Michigan's Department of Human Services for six weeks, medical marijuana patients Steve and Maria Green regained custody of 8-month old daughter Brielle "Bree" Green Friday, MLive reports.
Chanting "free Bree" a group of about a hundred protesters gathered outside state welfare offices in Lansing, Tuesday.
A family from southern California is suing the City of Coronado after their children were taken away for nearly a year because the father admitted to legally smoking medical marijuana.
One of California's more vociferous battles over marijuana was already simmering in the upper Central Valley when an audiotape of a howling, hysterical mother went viral.
Law enforcement forced entry into the home of Daisy Bram, then violently ripped her three-week old newborn from her arms because she is a medical marijuana patient.
For the second time in a year, Lawrence County Children and Youth Services has been accused in a federal lawsuit of removing a child from a mother's custody after a positive test for opiates allegedly triggered by poppy seeds.