Wednesday, November 01, 2017


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KC Area - National Cannabis As An Option For Pain Awareness Day

Bleeding Kansas Advocates is hosting a short evening of advocacy in support of the Amerians for Safe Access efforts. ASA will be in Washington, D.C. on November 1, hosting vigils, a march and a day of advocacy on Capitol Hill. We want to bring awareness to our community and our leaders, including local, state and federal to the benefits of medical cannabis over opioids. Cannabis advocates across Kansas and Missouri will be hosting vigils/gatherings in conjunction with our local vigil.

As we face the deadline on the Rohrbacher-Farr Amendment, patient rights are once again in danger. Not only does this impact legal states, but this also impacts the efforts in states still fighting for legal access. This is an important time for us to show unity.

This national crisis kills more than 91 people per day, and we KNOW that medical cannabis can save lives. Opioid overdoses go down by 25% in legal states. November is Chronic Pain Awareness Month. Pain patients deserve a safer choice, and those dealing with opioid addiction deserve to have an alternative.

Come stand to honor the 91 people who die daily in our country.

30 minutes of your time can be a loud voice for those in chronic pain.

Please join us. We encourage you to wear black, and please, per request of Americans for Safe Access, no cannabis leaves on signs or clothes.

Today at 6 PM - 6:30 PM
Rep. Kevin Yoder's Office- 7325 W 79th St, Overland Park, KS 66204

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Anonymous said...

Yeah that pot sure does help my fucked up spine and legs way better than the pain meds I'm prescribed - said nobody.

Anonymous said...

Fucking hippies.

Unknown said...

Licensure of professional nurses doctors lawyers will always prohibit the use of legal marijuana for that group. This move is just to decrease the amount of people incarcerated for marijuana. It's all bullshit. When people speak of legalized marijuana it's just for the lowlifes and deadbeats!

Anonymous said...

^^^ Still better than booze that has destroyed YOUR life.

chuck said...

It's well worth giving it a try.

I don't like the stuff, too bad for me, but, if it kills pain for some, why not?

I know two construction guys and a lady who is 84 years old, hooked, I mean fuckin HOOKED on pain killers, Oxy. It's fucked up.

My friend Brian does 25 pills a day and acts NORMAL. As long as he gets his pills, you can't tell he is a junkie. It's weird.

Anonymous said...

Pot isn't a good pain med, the CBD's do however have a proven healing effect for some, not all conditions. I know for 100% CBD's help lessen RA and MS. If you can find 28%THC and 15% CBD, you will feel better. Some strains have 0% THC and 28% CBD, for you uneducated commentators, that means you don't get "high" but you do get the medicinal benefit. Oregon has it right.

Anonymous said...

I will wait until Big Pharma tells me what is best for my body thank you very much.

They are, after all, the experts who are looking out for us.

Byron Funkhouser said...

^^Is that sarcasm. Big Pharma is the Big Drug Pusher that gave us this mess.

Marijuana was made illegal from fear & ignorance, not science.

There is no reason for it to be illegal. Most people realize that the DEA stopped being objective a long time ago. Their fear mongering is without merit.

Anonymous said...

Pain killers cost society, marijuana pays for itself.