- Posted by Rocky Mountain High
- On July 28, 2015
- 0 Comments
Two weeks ago, Colorado surprisingly and saddeningly rejected medical marijuana for Army veterans with PTSD. Given the proven medical benefits for those suffering from PTSD and the amount of veterans in need of marijuana as medicine in the state, the decision makes little sense and deserves the community’s resilience.
Fortunately, the state’s cannabis community never goes away quietly, and the community has rallied against this unjust result. To spark the conversation and need for medical marijuana to treat PTSD, Grow for Vets and Partners are holding a rally next Saturday to hopefully change this tide.
Here are the full details on the event, courtesy of The Weed Blog:
To all supporters:
In light of the recent and unjustified rejection of MMJ for PTSD by the Colorado Board of Health and Environment, Grow for Vets and Partners are organizing a rally on Sat, Aug 1, in Denver, CO. Come out to support, learn, and educate. Let our voice be heard in unity. Stand with us in this historic event, when your Nations Veterans and Civilians alike, come together and demand MMJ for PTSD. Please Share this poster with#MMJ4PTSD to show your support!
Volunteer Orientation WED, Jul 29, 2015 @ 6:30pm, apply for more details! #MMJ4PTSD #OperationGrowforVets#Norml#Normlco#humanrights
If you’re located in the Denver area this weekend, head on down and show your solidarity for vets in need of cannabis to treat PTSD!