A Colorado widow is battling her late husband’s insurance company because it decided to cut his worker compensation over marijuana. Adam Lee died in December while working at a Colorado ski mountain. The insurance company reduced his worker compensation when it learned he had pot in his system at the time of his death. Colorado is one of nine states and the District of Columbia that allows recreational marijuana use.
Erika Lee said the last call she had with her husband was just like any other.
“Two minutes later, I felt something rip out of my stomach and I couldn’t understand why I couldn’t stand up,” Lee told CBS News correspondent Barry Petersen. She said she felt the moment he died.
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