Kelsey Osborne stands with other protesters after her preliminary hearing Tuesday at the Twin Falls County Courthouse in Twin Falls. Osborne is charged with injury of a child after giving her daughter butter infused with marijuana to treat the girl’s seizure-like symptoms.
Kelsey Osborne stands with other protesters after her preliminary hearing Tuesday at the Twin Falls County Courthouse in Twin Falls. Osborne is charged with injury of a child after giving her daughter butter infused with marijuana to treat the girl’s seizure-like symptoms. Pat Sutphin, Times-News
Kelsey Osborne stands with other protesters after her preliminary hearing Tuesday at the Twin Falls County Courthouse in Twin Falls. Osborne is charged with injury of a child after giving her daughter butter infused with marijuana to treat the girl’s seizure-like symptoms. Pat Sutphin, Times-News

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