Daisy Bram’s Car Seized While in Family Court in Tehama County

January 30 – Daisy Bram, whose children were seized in Butte county last year because of a medical marijuana grow at her home, has now had her three children taken from her by Tehama county officials. When she arrived for an appearance in family court yesterday, officers blocked her car in the parking lot and told her they were seizing it because it had been purchased with drug proceeds. They have now left the young mother without transportation, by taking her 2002 Ford Explorer, while her children are in foster care.

Daisy can be seen in the video above speaking at the CalNORML conference on Saturday, January 26, along with her attorney Michael Levinsohn. Donations to Daisy’s cause can be made at Green-Aid, the Medical Marijuana Legal Defense Fund. Her Facebook page is at freemybabies.org

The NORML Women’s Alliance filed a lawsuit demanding a Grand Jury investigation into Butte County’s child welfare practices last year.

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