DENVER -- At three years old, Brian Wilson's daughter has seizures often. Lured by medical marijuana, the Wilson's moved to Colorado earlier this year.
"Her seizures could kill her," Wilson said.
Tuesday, Denver's City Council considered outlawing the very thing Wilson needs to keep his daughter's seizures under control. The city is considering banning the marijuana hash oil extraction process that has caused nearly 50 explosions this year.
"My daughter's health depends on it," Wilson said. He made his plea to the council which ultimately decided to take the proposed law under advisement.
Wilson says the process he uses is different than the process which has caused the explosions. Wilson also says he must perform the process himself because he says he cannot rely on a store's ingredients since they could be detrimental to his daughter's health.