Altitude Organic Corporation, a leading national, publicly-traded medical marijuana company will be issuing a series of action alerts designed to highlight unfair federal escalation against medical marijuana. Altitude Organic Corp supports the efforts of Veterans For Medical Cannabis Access to help veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) get the medicine they need.
Just 348 more signatures are needed for this important, medical marijuana petition disabled Veterans. The deadline to reach 5000 online signatures to send to the White House is today! Please click the link below now and help protect the rights of disabled Vets who need cannabis as medicine.
Please tell the president you support veteran’s rights today!
There are already 4,652 signatures and only 348 short of the goal.
A message from Michael Krawitz, Disabled United States Air Force Sergeant and Executive Director of Veterans For Medical Cannabis Access.
As the leader of Veterans For Medical Cannabis Access [VMCA] I helped the VA create a medical marijuana policy that respects the rights of disabled Veterans using this important medicine according to state laws. That policy has been made to look like a cruel joke given the latest actions of this presidential administration.
In response to the actions of the president, our organization has crafted a petition that we have placed on the new White House, “We The People” website: http://wh.gov/4xd
“Allow United States Disabled Military Veterans access to medical marijuana.”
The fact that a Veteran in New Mexico can use cannabis legally for PTSD, but a similar Veteran in Florida will face arrest and punishment at the VA hospital for using the same medicine is wrong. It is illogical. It is not the practice of medicine, it is the practice of politics on the wounded. It is shameful and must end!
For more information visit: http://www.veteransformedicalmarijuana.org/
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