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Rally Planned To Support Medical Marijuana For PTSD In Colorado


Earlier this month the State of Colorado rejected a proposal that would have added PTSD to the list of qualifying medical conditions to become a medical marijuana patient in Colorado. In response to the lack of compassion by the State of Colorado, Operation Grow for Vets is planning a rally on August 1st. Below is more information from the Operation Grow for Vets Facebook page, along with a flyer. Please help spread the flyer far and wide. I’d love to see a massive turnout for this rally:

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: gfvco.org/volunteer
Donate: http://growforvets.org/donate.html
Volunteer Orientation WED, Jul 29, 2015 @ 6:30pm, apply for more details! #MMJ4PTSD ‪#‎OperationGrowforVets‬ ‪#‎Norml‬ ‪#‎Normlco‬‪#‎humanrights‬

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  1. Ah I see, that makes a lot of sense. I do think the cost of recreational cannabis will come down by a lot with time, especially as the rest of the country moves toward legalization, but either way I agree that there should be more affordable means for patients.

  2. The difference is veterans can more easily afford medical marijuana. It costs about half what rec pot does. So if the grocery store carrots were 2x the price of the prescription carrots, you bet we would fight for them, considering they help ptsd as much as cannabis.

  3. This is just what I’m thinking. Cannabis is fully legal to buy all over the state of Colorado, why are they still fighting for details over the medical laws? They are practically obsolete.

    If carrots were suddenly found to cure PTSD, would they be fighting for the right to get prescription carrots from their pharmacy or would they just go to the damn grocery store?

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