Two Tshirts for $30!
Drug Policy Reform Network of Oklahoma will be there! Drop by to sign the Medical MJ petition and buy a T Shirt to promote ending the drug war and declaring peace!
By Darla Shelden
City Sentinel Reporter
Over 60 organizations will come together at the 30th annual Fall Peace Festival creating a cornucopia of entertainment, information and items for holiday shoppers. The event is free and open to everyone.
The family-friendly festival will be held on Saturday, November 14, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., in the Civic Center Music Hall’s “Hall of Mirrors”, 201 N. Walker, in downtown Oklahoma City.
To follow up on the Interim studies allowing medical trials in the state of Oklahoma for the use of non-intoxicating CBD Oil for severe seizure disorders in children, you are encouraged to contact your representatives and voice your support for such actions. While CBD oil alone is far too limiting for the many others who suffer from current Oklahoma drug policy, it is important to continue the conversation and perhaps encourage your representative to develop a more encompassing bill that will support personal freedom and allow peaceful people to make personal choices without fear of incarceration. The deadline for new bill requests is December 12th.
Health and treatment plans are ultimately the individual’s right to choose and such decisions should be left to the patient and doctor to develop. CBD only treatment will benefit a very small percentage of those who need cannabis treatment and a limiting bill such as this will still leave many families living as refugees in other states where they are able to receive the treatment they need. A very large demographic that could benefit is left out.
This is the link to the Oklahoma legislature that you can use to find your representatives’ contact information.
Next year will be a very busy time for us. Your continued support and membership will help our volunteers continue to work to change drug policy in Oklahoma to alleviate the suffering and victimization that the war on drugs has created.
Drug Policy Reform Network of Oklahoma