A Colorado mother is suing for medical marijuana after her son died from an overdose of marijuana.

On Nov. 7, 2016, Dr. Mark Anderson was operating a medical marijuana dispensary in Aurora, Colorado, when he began to see symptoms of a potentially fatal overdose.

The doctors were shocked when they found that his blood alcohol level was nearly twice the legal limit.

They told him he needed to be hospitalized.

Anderson and his wife, Debra, had two young sons, ages 10 and 13, and they had also been in the midst of a legal battle with Colorado’s Department of Public Health over how much medical marijuana could be grown in the state.

It was then that Debra Anderson started the petition to the state’s medical marijuana program, asking the state to permit it for her son.

The state responded by saying it would review the petition, and that it would consider any requests made by the Anderson family.

Anderson was in an induced coma for three days.

At one point, he told The Denver Post he thought he might die from the drug.

But the couple told CBS Denver that it didn’t matter.

It wasn’t about their son.

It’s about protecting the children from marijuana and other chemicals that have been shown to be lethal, the couple said.

It was also the first time the couple had ever seen a case of a parent suing the state for medical cannabis.

The Colorado Medical Cannabis Program (CMP), which operates the program, does not respond to the requests of parents seeking medical marijuana.

The couple is asking the Colorado Supreme Court to declare the law unconstitutional because the state did not make a good-faith effort to accommodate their medical needs.

“We are not asking the court to invalidate medical marijuana, we are asking them to stop this unconstitutional law,” Debra said.

The petition also says that medical marijuana should be considered a “public health emergency” and that the medical marijuana law is unconstitutional because it violates the Colorado Constitution.

In an interview with CBS Denver, Deb’ta said that she wants to be able to use medical marijuana for her children and other family members, even if it is against the law.

“I want to be a part of the system that works for everybody,” she said.

“And if they can get their doctor’s approval for it, then I want them to do it.”

Dr. Andrew W. Weidner, an assistant professor of medicine at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, said there’s a lot of anecdotal evidence that medical cannabis can have an effect on brain chemistry and cognition, and it’s difficult to say how much of it has any effect on the symptoms of brain cancer or the onset of dementia.

Welp.

That’s not a lot.

The more compelling evidence comes from studies of older people who had seizures, Weidners said.

People with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia are much more likely to experience seizures when they are young.

“If you can show that it can reduce the number of seizures, then that’s really going to be helpful,” Weiders said.

And it doesn’t seem to be the only thing that medical professionals are seeing that could help.

The National Institute on Drug Abuse, a government agency that studies drugs, is testing a new anti-anxiety drug called clozapine, which has also been shown in a large study to reduce seizures.

But that drug has not been approved by the Food and Drug Administration for use in children under the age of 12.

“It’s a relatively new drug and we’re not yet sure if it has a large therapeutic potential,” said Dr. Daniel L. Glynn, director of the FDA’s Center for Drug Evaluation and Research.

It’s important for families and doctors to be aware of what is in the drug, but also be wary of the risks, he said.

If you’re going to take something that could cause you harm, do it with caution and be aware that the risks are quite low.

The parents’ lawsuit is also a win in terms of the overall effort to reduce marijuana use in the country, because more than 20 states and the District of Columbia have legalized medical marijuana in some form or another. “

This is an opportunity for the state of Colorado to step up and protect the medical use of medical marijuana and protect kids from harm,” Anderson said.

The parents’ lawsuit is also a win in terms of the overall effort to reduce marijuana use in the country, because more than 20 states and the District of Columbia have legalized medical marijuana in some form or another.

The U.S. Supreme Court is currently considering the legality of marijuana use for adults.

The Anderson family said they are happy with the outcome of the lawsuit, but they are concerned about the possibility that the petition could have a chilling effect on other medical marijuana patients.

“We are hopeful that the federal government will respect the will of the Colorado people and recognize the medical benefits of medical cannabis,” Deb’tas said.