A Texas senator, who also is a physician, says she needs more than anecdotal evidence that medical marijuana works.
A petition for military veterans has been launched in support of marijuana law reform that is being aimed in particular at Texas Gov. Greg Abbott.
Veterans are turning to medical marijuana, yet many feel guilty and conflicted due to their oath to uphold the constitution since they come home and feel forced to break the law in order to take care of themselves.
Veterans are not only becoming the focus of cannabis law reform groups, they are actively involved in leading those organizations, and are a vocal faction of citizen lobbyists.
With almost 20 million veterans in the U.S., Texas is home to 1.5 million of them. Now the Lone Star State is looking at medical marijuana to help veterans cope with debilitating issues, including PTSD.Texas Marijuana Policy Advocacy Workshops — January 2018 Almost half of the U.S. population has access
There are not many things I believe in. I don’t believe in the supernatural, I don’t believe in the existential, I don’t believe in most things I cannot touch or see. With that said, I believe in freedom. I believe that every human on earth should be held to the
On August 3, 2013, the Dallas/Fort Worth chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws hosted a veteran appreciation bar-b-que, lovingly named “Smoke Out Prohibition – For the Vets.” The intention of having a luncheon for the long-term care veterans that live at the Dallas Veteran Affairs