Buckley Report checks in with Piedmont family that moved to Colo. for medical marijuana

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HIGH POINT, N.C. -- No one is keeping an official count of how many families have moved to Colorado since it first legalized using medicines made with marijuana back in 2000, bust estimates are the number is in the thousands, including a family from the Piedmont.

Bob Buckley has been following one family since they began considering a move in March 2013.

They know that these treatments -- many, still experimental -- can be long shots but, as you'll see in this edition of the Buckley Report, at least they have a chance.

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