While there's no national count of how many parents lose custody of their kids each year due to marijuana, activists say the number is on the rise. Even in states where medical marijuana is legal, parents have few protections. Even though the deck is stacked against them, writes Mike Riggs, there are steps pot-using parents and their attorneys can take to preserve parental rights.
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