Disabled Utah mom nearly jailed for child endangerment over medical marijuana use

Enedina Stanger holds her daughter while speaking to reporters outside the Weber County, Utah Sheriff’s Complex on Dec. 28, 2015. (KSTU-TV)

A 27-year-old mother of two in Ogden County, Utah narrowly avoided jail time over her use of marijuana to alleviate the pain caused by her rare disease, KSTU-TV reported.

Enedina Stanger appeared at the local sheriff’s complex on Monday for processing after pleading guilty earlier this month to a drug possession charge — a reduction from her original charge of felony child endangerment. She was…

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