November 11, 2013

Speak Out Against Child Protective Services’ Marijuana Policies

November 11, 2013
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dea kids children medical marijuanaAn event is taking place tomorrow in Texas to protest child protective services’ marijuana policies across the nation. The event tomorrow is to kick off Moms for Marijuana’s ‘It’s Time to Talk’ Public Service Campaign aimed at educating the public and changing these policies nationwide. I know we get a lot of Texas readers out there, so if you are in the area, please attend. Below is more information about the event:

Texas Chapters of Moms for Marijuana International, and other pro-Cannabis activist groups, are coordinating an International Call to Action to rally the public in support of Cannabis-consuming parents and to start challenging Child Protection Services Marijuana policies. This event will kick off Moms for Marijuana’s It’s Time to TalkPublic Service Campaign aimed at educating the public and changing these policies nationwide.

WHO: Texas Moms for Marijuana and others are hosting a candlelight vigil and press conference to protest Child Protective Services practice of separating parents and their children due to non-problematic cannabis use.  Cannabis a non-toxic plant that is safer than the alcohol, tobacco and mind altering pharmaceuticals that parents use legally every day.   Cannabis use is less harmful than separating a parent and child.

WHEN: Tuesday, November 12, 2013, 5:00 p.m.

WHERE:  Capitol Grounds/South-west quadrant

Drug War Victims:

ALEX HILL, Arguably, the most tragic case is Alex Hill in Round Rock, Texas, who was taken from her father for his use of Marijuana while she was asleep in another room. Alex lost her life at the hands of her foster mother:

BREE GREEN was removed from her parents care because they are medical marijuana patients, growers, and activists:

WILLIAM REDDIE, a 32-‐year-‐old single father from Michigan, was shot and killed as Local Child Protective Services (CPS) officials and police officers attempted to remove his 3 year old son from the home.

LILLY FISHER in Spokane, Washington, is being kept, from her father, Billy Fisher, a carded, medical marijuana patient, by CPS because of his legal use of cannabis

DAISY BRAM and her partner JAYME WALSH are medical marijuana patients who are fighting for their three boys in

SIERRA RIDDLE is fighting doctors who are demanding treatment and who have referred her to CPS, because she wants to be able use Cannabis for her son Landon’s leukemia in Colorado –

LINDSEY & JOSH RHINEHART and SARAH CALDWELL had to fight for their kids in Idaho because they are marijuana activists –

This press release came from TXCann.Com


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