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Twenty-two. Each day, twenty-two veterans decide they cannot continue and commit suicide. That is almost one every single hour of every single day. That would be the equivalent of a city the size of Rockdale being wiped out in 8 months. In my mind, we should be up in arms

I know that cannabis and its various medical applications are becoming a booming industry in much of the country. In many states marijuana has been decriminalized, while in others, it is available for recreational use.

Gov. Greg Abbott, I visited your website and several things popped out at me. You have noble sights for the future of Texas and its residents and I applaud them, but I must share my concerns as a Texan, brain cancer survivor, and logician.

Letter to the editor concerning HB81, a bill to make possession of an ounce or less of marijuana a $250 fine.

SB 269, which greatly expands the Texas medical marijuana program passed during the 2015 legislative session, still has some shortcomings. Three points with this bill which must be addressed include home grow, the process for deciding which medical conditions qualify a patient, and the department which would oversee the medical

By: Martin “Marty” K. Jeane PhD, LPC-S, LMFT How do we prevent underage use of cannabis?