The Hilterbran family made their trek back south for a family wedding. But they did so with trepidation, knowing they could not take the medicine that has changed the lives of their children, all with epileptic conditions, for the better. Because that medicine, legal where they now live in Colorado, makes them criminals in Oklahoma and Texas, where they needed to visit.
Is it right to keep medicine from children that helps them stay well, and stops seizures in their tracks, just because a few people in power "believe" they shouldn't? Is it right for our government to keep a safe, beneficial plant on Schedule 1 of the Controlled Substances Schedule, saying it has no medicinal uses, when we hold a patent (US Patent #6630507) that specifically states otherwise? These are not rhetorical questions. mothers wedding dresses