Pueblo woman takes action after study suggests pot use for pregnancy

Pueblo woman takes action after study suggests pot use for pregnancy


UP BY 5:00 TOMORROW MORNING.

A PUEBLO WOMAN IS TAKING
ACTION AFTER A STUDY CAME OUT
LAST MONTH ABOUT MARIJUANA SHOPS
RECOMMENDING PREGNANT WOMEN USE POT PRODUCTS DURING
PREGNANCY. “AUBREE ADAMS” WAS DROPPING
OFF BIBS ALL OVER PUEBLO COUNTY
ON
FRIDAY TO TELL MARIJUANA SHOPS NOT TO SUGGEST USING CANNABIS
PRODUCTS TO TREAT MORNING
SICKNESS. THIS COMES AFTER THE
COLORADO SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AND
THE UNIVERSITY OF UTAH CONTACTED
400 DISPENSARIES IN COLORADO,
WITH 70-PERCENT SUGGESTING TO
USE POT PRODUCTS TO TREAT NAUSEA FOR PREGNANT WOMEN. WE WANT THE MARIJUANA SHOPS TO
BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE FOR THEM
IMPERSONANATING MEDICAL PROFESSIONSALS AND HARMING
UNBORN CHILDREN ADAMS SAYS THE GROUP SHE
REPRESENTS ALSO DROPPED OFF BIBS
AT MARIJUANA SHOPS IN DENVER.

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