The family of a chronically ill New Jersey toddler who has been at the forefront of a battle to get Gov. Christie to loosen the state’s medical marijuana regulations is moving out of state.
Vivian Wilson, a 21/2-year-old Scotch Plains girl with severe epilepsy, was issued an ID card that qualifies her for cannabis a year ago. But she has been unable to get the drug.
After testifying before state legislators to get the law changed, Meghan and Brian Wilson say they now plan to move their daughter and her sister in February to Colorado, where dispensaries sell the drug in a butter or other edible form. New Jersey dispensaries sell it only in a smokable form.