Would you smoke a joint in front of your kids?

“BARRY” HAS BEEN SMOKING POT for oh, forever now, but only got a medical marijuana license two years ago, for relief from pain and inflammation related to an autoimmune condition. He says it helps his attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, too; one hit of “the perfect strain,” he says, “and the focus comes together.” He grows his own, mostly as a hobby, keeping a plant tucked away in an odor-proof cabinet he built in his North Shore home office, an idea his wife OK’d on the condition that the kids never find out. “She worries it may be like Breaking Bad, like, ‘You’ve been making what?’ ” he says. “But that guy was doing, like, 32 pounds of meth. I’ve got this cute little plant.”

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