Reader: Parents to blame if toddlers get into marijuana edibles
Yesterday, we reported about a new study by a pair of University of Colorado academics showing a rise in the number of toddlers being treated for accidentally ingesting marijuana edibles. The subject triggered a flurry of comments, with many touching on how to prevent such problems. Here's one memorable take.
Jimmy Curtis writes:
As a parent I'd have to say this is ridiculous. It is not difficult to keep pot brownies away from a toddler. Besides, those things are too expensive to give to junior anyway. He'd be just as happy with a 49 cent cookie from the truck stop.
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