FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – The debate over marijuana use in Texas took center stage in Fort Worth on Saturday with supporters marching and rallying for change. This happened as lawmakers are deciding on whether to make changes to the state’s medical marijuana laws.
The peaceful march happened in the downtown area with supporters wanting reform.
Event coordinator Cameron Pinkerton said he wants sensible regulation and not over-regulation.
“So we’re not getting our medicine from the street. And so we’re not throwing veterans into cages for trying to access a plant that grows in the soil they fought to keep free,” Pinkerton said.
Despite its murky legal status, vendors promoted marijuana products and CBD oil. Scott Lueb talked about its benefits for people in need of pain relief.
“Anti-inflammatory. Anti-depressants for PTSD and soldiers. We see it used for pets,” Lueb…
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