Texas Lawmaker Filing Bill to Legalize Medical Marijuana
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State Senator Jose Menendez will introduce a bill in Austin to legalize the use of medical marijuana.
@MJINews: Texas Lawmaker @Menendez4Texas Filing Bill to Legalize Medical Marijuana
Texas could soon be the next state to legalize the use of medical marijuana, joining 28 other states and the District of Columbia.
State Senator Jose Menendez (D-San Antonio) will file a bill Tuesday to allow people with debilitating and chronic medical conditions to get cannabis under the recommendation and consultation of their doctor, his office said Monday.
Cancer, PTSD, autism, HIV, severe pain and nausea, and Parkinson’s are just a few of the ailments that would qualify.
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