Military veterans urge Texas legislators to legalize medical marijuana

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AUSTIN, TX - When it comes to marijuana in Texas, one particular group has high hopes of changing the law of the land.

Military veterans rallied at the Texas capitol to support the legalization of medical marijuana. Supporters urged Public Health Committee chairwoman Myra Crownover to hold a hearing on House Bill 3785.

The bill would allow seriously ill Texans to have access to marijuana if their doctors recommend it as a treatment for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and other debilitating medical conditions.

These are the same folks who put the needs of the country before their own. Looks like they're not holding their breath about the puffs they really want to take.

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