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Saturday
26
MAY

Plants Over Pills Veterans Rally 2018

11:00
14:00
Lutz PTSD Memorial Wall
Event organized by Lutz PTSD Memorial Wall

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Join us May 26, 2018 as we participate in the Veterans RALLY 2018 - Washington DC in Layfette Square Washington, DC between the White House & Department of Veteran Affairs to Demand Cannabis Reform and the right to choose #PlantsOverPills.

Veterans across the United States are standing in solidarity for their health and welfare by expressing their personal journeys using cannabis to gain their life back after serving. We have living proof that medical Cannabis is a safer alternative to good health and healing than prescription pills. Veterans stand with your brothers and sisters once more as we fight to:
• RECLASSIFY from a Schedule I to a Schedule II class drug to allow Cannabis to be used for medical purposes and research.
• DECRIMINALIZE to end criminal penalties for possession and growing Cannabis.
• LEGALIZE to sell and tax Cannabis without criminal penalities.

Supporters rally with us to fight for those who fought for us.
Our veterans are being lost at an alarming rate much of which is due to the overmedication of prescription pills and the opioid crisis. It’s time to stop this epidemic and demand safer options for our nation’s heroes. Cannabis has been used safely and effectively for medicinal purposes for over 2,000 years. Modern scientific research exists and supports the use of Medical Cannabis for PTS and opiate addiction. Cannabis has many other healing properties including treating anxiety, sleep, depression, TBI, pain, etc… Rescheduling Cannabis means not only being able to legally prescribe but to further research the benefits of cannabinoids which are a naturally occurring throughout our bodies. #CombatTestedCannabisCured #VetsForMMJ

For more information and updates go to Veterans RALLY 2018 - Washington DC

Photo credit by Michael P. Whiter Operation Overmed