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  • Silas Hurd, stricken with epilepsy, has become a focal point in Nevada County marijuana battles

    Silas Hurd suffers from a severe seizure disorder that has stunted his development and put him at risk of early death. His parents have taken a lead in fighting a Nevada County ballot initiative they say would hurt efforts to craft special marijuana treatments that have helped ease his symptoms.

Silas Hurd suffers from a severe seizure disorder that has stunted his development and put him at risk of early death. His parents have taken a lead in fighting a Nevada County ballot initiative they say would hurt efforts to craft special marijuana treatments that have helped ease his symptoms. Paul Kitagaki Jr. The Sacramento Bee
Silas Hurd suffers from a severe seizure disorder that has stunted his development and put him at risk of early death. His parents have taken a lead in fighting a Nevada County ballot initiative they say would hurt efforts to craft special marijuana treatments that have helped ease his symptoms. Paul Kitagaki Jr. The Sacramento Bee

‘My kid was dying in front of us ... We would have tried tree bark. We would have tried anything’

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