Phoenix, AZ – Veterans groups from around the state and across the country are rallying for a march at the Sandra Day O’Connor Federal Courthouse Tuesday Oct. 27, 8am. The internationally renowned organizations, Weed for Warriors and Grow4Vets, along with numerous other veterans groups are calling on AZ vets to join the march for improving veterans’ conditions, especially for VA approval of cannabis as part of recommended treatment for PTSD.
The march – which is 0.06 miles – will be part of the veteran focus at the upcoming Southwest Cannabis Conference at the PHX Convention Center, Oct. 26-28. Area veterans will march to the convention center to join the convention, which will feature celebrated PTSD researcher Dr. Sue Sisley and several noted cannabis researchers discussing veterans and patient issues, in addition to being the first regional cannabis business conference including all seven southwestern states. Film crews and reporters are already involved in documenting this groundbreaking event.
WHAT: Veterans for Cannabis Reform Rally & March
WHERE: Sandra Day O’Connor Federal Courthouse, 401 West Washington Street, AZ
WHEN: Tuesday, Oct. 27, Rally 8am, March 8:30am
For more information contact Mikel Weisser, State Director for AZ-NORML. You can reach Mikel by phone at 928-234-5633 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
The first annual Southwest Cannabis Conference & Expo is presented by the Southwest Event Group, platinum sponsor MJ Freeway, and New Times Phoenix. Tickets and convention information are available by calling the Southwest Event Group at 1-877-775-1568 or online at swccexpo.com. The Phoenix Convention Center is located at 100 N. 3rd Street. Doors will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 pm during the event.