Meet the Congressman Who’s Heroically Breaking the Law by Giving Medical Cannabis to Sick Children | The Free Thought Project

Civil Disobedience is one of the greatest American texts, and was a prime influence for Martin Luther King, Jr., who said, “One has a moral responsibility to disobey unjust laws.

via Meet the Congressman Who’s Heroically Breaking the Law by Giving Medical Cannabis to Sick Children | The Free Thought Project.

Trish here – this is a truly heroic ‪#‎Congressman‬…..This man is not only upholding his commitment to his constituents, but he is also changing the view of our society. Not everyone agrees with ‪#‎MedicalCannabis‬ however, there are absolutely tremendous benefits on many different levels. The quality of life is much better, especially for someone who suffers in crisis. There are many laws in our country which interrupt our ‪#‎freedom‬. They don’t always help and protect those whom they are intended. It is only through courageous steps forward in rebuilding our decent human moral value with focus on the wellbeing of others around us, that we will recover our personal responsibility to our children and our community.

We can’t save everyone from sorrow and pain, this is a tragic truth. However dear friends, in each small community we must watch out for others around us. Ensure services of help are out in the open and that EVERY PERSON HAS ACCESS to the help they need. Sometimes the moral value is much more important than the financial gain of another.

In my view of the Medical Cannabis, it is simply the ‪#‎Pharmaceutical‬ ‪#‎Billionaire‬who is blocking the way for a plant that can be grown and is a completely natural remedy for ailments dating back to our ‪#‎NativeAmerican‬.
‪#‎CivilDisobedience‬ is one of the greatest American texts, and was a prime influence for Martin Luther King, Jr., who said, “One has a moral responsibility to disobey unjust laws.
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