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  • Twenty22Many Capitol rally touts medical cannabis to help veterans

    After listening to several speakers, including Army veteran Catharine Jeter and Jedidiah Haney from the Yakima-based CauseM cannabis trade organization, a group of around 75 met on the steps of the Legislative Building Thursday for the Twenty22Many organization rally. Their goal was to raise awareness of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and issues surrounding suicide, and to promote the use of medical cannabis as a treatment option.

After listening to several speakers, including Army veteran Catharine Jeter and Jedidiah Haney from the Yakima-based CauseM cannabis trade organization, a group of around 75 met on the steps of the Legislative Building Thursday for the Twenty22Many organization rally. Their goal was to raise awareness of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and issues surrounding suicide, and to promote the use of medical cannabis as a treatment option.
After listening to several speakers, including Army veteran Catharine Jeter and Jedidiah Haney from the Yakima-based CauseM cannabis trade organization, a group of around 75 met on the steps of the Legislative Building Thursday for the Twenty22Many organization rally. Their goal was to raise awareness of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and issues surrounding suicide, and to promote the use of medical cannabis as a treatment option.

Medical marijuana cleared to treat PTSD in Washington

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