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Join Sensible Colorado And Supporters To Rally In Support Of Veterans


Sensible ColoradoDo you care about Veterans and Social Justice? Of course you do!

Join Sensible Colorado and supporters as we rally in support of veterans and file a petition to add Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) to the list of conditions which qualify for medical marijuana in Colorado.

Nearly 20% of returning soldiers from Afghanistan and Iraq suffer from PTSD and many of these brave soldiers use medical marijuana to cope. This use is currently illegal under Colorado law. Join us at the rally where we will file an official petition to change this policy!

What: Rally to add PTSD as a medical marijuana condition
When: Tuesday, May 29 at noon
Where: CDPHE office, 4300 Cherry Creek South Dr
Denver, CO 80246

**Also, TONIGHT (5/22) join Sensible Colorado staff at a Social Justice themed discussion: “Let’s Talk About Marijuana”

This event, sponsored by the ACLU of CO and the Drug Policy Alliance, will feature Neill Franklin, former narcotics officer and executive director of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition (LEAP), to raise awareness and support for ending marijuana prohibition in Colorado. Additional speakers include Sensible’s Brian Vicente, immigration attorney Hans Meyer and more.

What: “Let’s Talk About Marijuana”, a community discussion
When: Tuesday, May 22 from 6-7:30p
Where: Cleo Parker Robinson’s Dance Studio, 119 Park Avenue West, Denver, CO 80205

Can’t make the events? Click HERE to support Sensible’s education and advocacy work today!


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  1.  You MUST keep spreading the word. The people against it most likely
    do not know the facts. They are the ones we MUST reach out to and
    educate. Do not be rude or argue with them find out what they feel and
    think and offer facts that relate to their fears and help put them at
    ease. Offer them resources of information containing the facts and speak
    with concern and from the heart. Remember pissed off people do not
    listen they yell. 


  2. eating_sunshine on

    Soldiers are federal employees.  That means they get their benefits from the federal government. Please correct me if I’m wrong, but if they get busted with the forbidden fruit, they lose their benefits.  

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