A judge has dismissed one of two charges against a Minnesota woman who gave her son cannabis oil for chronic pain.
Judge Thomas Van Hon tossed out a charge of child endangerment against Angela Brown of Madison.
Brown still faces a charge of contributing to the need for child protection or services.
Brown has said her 15-year-old son improved dramatically after being given the cannabis oil for pain that stems from a brain injury three years ago.
The family bought the oil legally in Colorado, but medical marijuana doesn’t become legal in Minnesota until this July.
Van Hon filed his omnibus order Thursday. Neither prosecutors nor Brown’s attorney immediately returned phone calls Friday.