Health & Science
Woman charged for cannabis use during pregnancy appeals
By Alex Halperin
Sep 20, 2021
Sep 20, 2021
A woman put on Arizona's child abuse registry for 25 years for using cannabis during her pregnancy appealed her case last week. Washington PostDuring her pregnancy, Lindsay Ridgell, who then-worked for the Arizona Department of Child Safety(DCS), had been hospitalized twice...
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