It was bad enough when our government decided a Canadian psychotherapist could no longer visit his children and colleagues in the U.S. because he used psychedelics in the '60s. Now U.S. Customs and Border Protection is preventing a Canadian woman, Glendene Grant, from crossing the border to seek police help in finding her daughter, who apparently was kidnapped in Las Vegas last year. Grant was convicted of cocaine and marijuana possession two decades ago. Enough said.
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