A bit part of weed reform is normalizing use.
For stoners in custody battles, this is welcomed relief.
Here's part of the effort . . .
A proposal known as LegalMO 2022 would open Missouri’s medical marijuana market to adults for recreational use, but would also address a number of social reforms related to the state’s cannabis law.
LegalMO 2022 would prohibit courts from ordering parents to stop using medical marijuana in order to complete a family court program.
It would also prohibit a parent’s status as a medical patient from being used to restrict custodial or parental rights. Adoption, custody or visitation rights would also be protected for medical patients.
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A donation to The Beacon goes beyond the newsroom. We amplify community voices, share resources and investigate systems, not just symptoms. The Beacon in your inbox. In-depth reporting delivered every Tuesday and Thursday morning. When Missouri voters four years ago passed a constitutional amendment to allow for medical marijuana use, family court scenarios and protections for patients didn't factor much into the debate.