Operation Grow for Vets: Let Colorado’s Health Department Know What You Think About PTSD| 0
Join the medical marijuana rally on August 1, 2015 and show support for those who suffer from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in Colorado.
After citing inadequate research on July 15, Colorado’s health officials precluded a common sense proposal that would have included post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) as a qualifying medical conditions within Colorado’s medical marijuana program.
In response to that decision, on August 1st 2015, Operation Grow for Vets will be showing support for America’s vets in the face of Colorado’s recent rejection of PTSD as a qualifying medical condition in the state of Colorado.
Mariuana.com would be thrilled to see a massive crowd turnout for this worthy rally: Let Colorado’s Dept. of Health know what you think of their ludicrous assessment to reject PTSD as a qualifying condition for getting a medical marijuana card in Colorado!
Find more info on Operation Grow for Vets at their Facebook fan page. Won’t you please help those who suffer from PTSD today by spreading the attached flyer around the Centennial State.
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