Shona Banda is a mother from Garden City, Kan., who has been thrust into the national spotlight in the country’s debate over marijuana. Already an activist because medical marijuanatreatment for her Crohn’s Disease, Banda’s 11-year-old son was taken by state authorities after he made comments at school about the health benefits of marijuana.
Shona Banda is a mother from Garden City, Kan., who has been thrust into the national spotlight in the country’s debate over marijuana. Already an activist because medical marijuanatreatment for her Crohn’s Disease, Banda’s 11-year-old son was taken by state authorities after he made comments at school about the health benefits of marijuana. SHANE KEYSER TNS
Shona Banda is a mother from Garden City, Kan., who has been thrust into the national spotlight in the country’s debate over marijuana. Already an activist because medical marijuanatreatment for her Crohn’s Disease, Banda’s 11-year-old son was taken by state authorities after he made comments at school about the health benefits of marijuana. SHANE KEYSER TNS

After state takes child, woman is at center of marijuana debate

May 03, 2015 7:04 AM

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