‘Marijuana refugees’ stuck in Colorado while children receive treatment

DENVER — Any parent would do whatever it takes to make a sick child feel better.  But would you uproot your entire life, pack up the kids, and move across the country?
A growing number of families are doing just that.  Relocating to Colorado.  Some call them “marijuana refugees.”
People like Ornella Pisciuneri.  She left her husband and two of her children back home in New Jersey, and moved to Colorado Springs a month ago, seeking treatment for her son Alex, 20, who suffers from Lefora Body Disease, an incurable and often deadly form of epilepsy.
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