The American Legion Urge the Drug Enforcement Agency to License Privately-Funded Medical Marijuana Production Operations in the United States

American Legion poll on Cannabis legalization in each state

“The American Legion urge the Drug Enforcement Agency to license privately-funded medical marijuana production operations in the United States and urge Congress to amend legislation to remove Marijuana from schedule I and reclassify it in a category that, at a minimum will recognize cannabis as a drug with potential medical value.” from Scribd The American … [Read more…]

Compassionate Care Act of 2015 in Texas Discriminates Against Veterans

title II, subtitle A, of the ADA

On June 1, 2015 the Compassionate Care Act of 2015 was signed into effect by Texas Governor Greg Abbott. This Act states the following: CHAPTER 169. AUTHORITY TO PRESCRIBE LOW-THC CANNABIS TO CERTAIN PATIENTS FOR COMPASSIONATE USE        Sec. 169.001.  DEFINITIONS. In this chapter:              (1)  “Department” means the Department of Public Safety.              (2)  “Intractable epilepsy” means a seizure disorder in … [Read more…]

National Second Opinion Day 4/20/16 – All Veterans Ask VA for Second Opinion

Temple VAMC

There are NOT many Veterans who have complete trust and faith in their primary care physicians at the Veterans Affairs Healthcare System. For that there are many reasons: Most doctors already have the diagnosis figured out and the first line of treatment of a physical condition is with pharmaceuticals (complete list of over 1,500 pharmaceuticals … [Read more…]

Charlotte’s Web Makes History in Colorado

Charlotte's Web Makes History

A New Mexico family elected to fly their infant daughter to Colorado in order to treat her for a rare form of epilepsy.  After multiple failed attempts by doctors to reduce the seizures, the family asked the hospital if they could use cannabis oil.  A few weeks passed, and with the continued failure of pharmacological … [Read more…]