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BY: MARLA R. MILLER- OCTOBER 8, 2021 4:37 AM

"Amie Carter of Burton testified about the transformation in her 14-year-old autistic son who was violent and aggressive before medical cannabis. Kaye and Carter serve on the board for More Than Hope, an organization for pediatric cannabis education.

“Medical marijuana has been a lifesaver for my family,” Carter said. “Without the current caregiver system, I cannot afford dispensary prices.”


READ HERE: https://michiganadvance.com/2021/10/08/lawmakers-blast-wild-west-of-cannabis-market-while-caregivers-decry-proposed-regulations/

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by: Josh Sanchez

Posted: Nov 7, 2021 / 06:57 PM EST/ Updated: Nov 7, 2021 / 08:28 PM EST

Amie Carter with More Than Hope, a cannabis advocacy group, said that the proposed legislation will hurt young patient’s access to medical marijuana. She worries about patients like her son, Jayden who was diagnosed with ADHD when he was 2 and has autism.

“In order for patients to have a flow of medications from their caregiver, it takes a lot of plants to do that,” she said, “it takes a few ounces of dry flower to make a few grams of my son’s medicine.”


https://www.wlns.com/news/weed-safety-bill-sparks-mixed-reviews/





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The local news station did a segment on Jayden and I, for Autism Awareness Month in April 2012.

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