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If your from Texas - Read this.

Discussion in 'Medical Marijuana Usage and Applications' started by triprey, Aug 10, 2007.

  1. I have just visited and found the following page very interesting:
    Here is the petition statement with only 9 signatures! That is pitiful! It may be old but please sign it.
    The Legalization of Medical Marijuana in the State of Texas ​

    Created by Ronni on May 11, 2005
    Category: Health
    Region: United States of America
    Target: Texas Health association, Texas Congress/Legislative Branch
    Web site:
    For many centuries before marijuana was made illegal, it was a significant part in the role of medical treatments for several types of chronic illnesses and pain.So why was it made illegal??
    There are MANY legal drugs in this country that have been proven LESS affective and MORE dangerous to your health than marijuana could ever do.
    make marijuana available to sufferers of:
    * Nausea and vomiting, especially when due to chemotherapy for cancer or HIV-AIDS
    * Anorexia, especially in the setting of HIV-AIDS
    * Chronic pain, especially when due to damaged nerves (e.g., spinal cord injury)
    * Muscle spasms and spasticity (e.g., multiple sclerosis, post-stroke syndrome)
    * Glaucoma
    * Migraine headaches
    *insomnia and mood disorders (e.g., depression, anxiety, bi-polar disorder, and stress reactions, including post-traumatic stress disorder)
    *learning disabilities(e.g ADHD,ADD)
    I,(your name), have hereby agreed to all above terms regarding medical marijuana use in the state of Texas.
    The The Legalization of Medical Marijuana in the State of Texas petition to Texas Health association, Texas Congress/Legislative Branch was written by Ronni and is hosted free of charge at​

  2. Signed and delivered!

  3. I actually thought that this would never happen....SIGNED!
  4. beautiful. thanks for providing the link. signed.
  5. signed. that would be a dream come true. any austin tokers in here?
  6. signed
  7. 9?!?!?! Good god, sign this people!
  8. Badass, I signed it, and I'm going to get all my buds to also.
  9. Im from CT and i signed it
  10. I am glad to see all the early support. Let's keep passing the message around to Texans. I would like to see the petition get thousands of signatures. We are up to 30 as of August 15th, 2007. A good start, but lets keep it going; it will take a lot more support than that.:hello:
  11. any h-town tokers in here? yay yayyy
  12. By all means sign this. But if you really want to make a difference you should write letters, emails, and make phone calls to the appropriate politians in Texas. This has a far greater impact than an online petition.

    The problem with online petitions is they can easily be faked, the same person can "sign" thousands of times. People not from Texas can sign it (like the guy from ct who signed it). I've been to plenty of council meetings in my time and not much thought if any thought at all is put into these online petitions because politicians know they can easily be manipulated.

    I'm not saying don't sign it. But take the extra step and call or write/email your reps, that's the best way to make a difference. Contact groups like mpp ( or norml ( they will give you information on who to contact in Texas ecte ct.

    Let me know if you have any questions on how to get more involved, I'm more than willing to help.
  13. here's one

  14. Texas Unite!! Legalize The Herb:hello:
  15. i'm going to get this signed.
    And promote it.
  16. Signed, Who else from austin?

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