Ashley Weber is a quadriplegic who lives with her young son, Collin, in a house whose rent she can afford due to a Section 8 housing voucher courtesy of the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development.
|Ashley Weber after the car accident that left her paralyzed|
But in December 2012, after revealing that she uses medical marijuana for pain management, the Longmont Housing Authority sent her a termination notice.
Since then, Weber’s been fighting this edict, and after a year of struggle, the LHA has informed her she can stay due to a new policy she inspired.
Michael Roberts over at Denver Westword covers the rest of this inspirational story,