Veterans and Medical Marijuana: Nevada Congresswoman Asks That U.S. Vets Be Allowed Access| 0
Shining a bright light on the dark underbelly of political hypocrisy and the acceptance of medical marijuana, a new article written by Nevada Congresswoman Diane Titus, examines the role of our federal government and the U.S. Congress. Exposing a history of naked cruelty towards our war-weary vets suffering with PTSD.
— Dina Titus (@repdinatitus) February 24, 2016
With horrific flashes of wild clarity, Titus underscores the insanity of our federal policies concerning medical marijuana and highlights the feds continued resistance to allowing our U.S. veterans from acquiring the much-needed help provided by medicinal cannabis. Providing a thoughtful examination on why veterans should not be prohibited from benefiting from the same medical marijuana legislation that helps millions of other American citizens.
In her article published in the Harvard Journal, the Democratic Congresswoman representing the First Congressional District of Nevada implored both the executive branch and Congress to allow VA physicians the freedom to openly discuss medical marijuana with their patients. Thereby allowing them access to state sanctioned medical marijuana where legally available.
Read the full policy essay titled “Puff, Puff, Pass … That Law” by Diane Titus here
(Photo courtesy of Titus.house.gov)