Louisiana’s sole marijuana legalization movement Legalize Louisiana will be holding its next statewide rally starting this Thursday to to raise awareness for cannabis policy reform.
According to its press release, Legalize Louisiana, will be circulating a petition to be sent to the Louisiana legislature, which will include scientific and legal findings and will call for immediate and necessary revisions to Louisiana code. The petition will also demand manifestation of rules and licensing requirements from the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals regarding access to medical marijuana for Louisiana patients.
Lafayette’s rally will start Thursday, Oct. 25, in GirardPark at 3 p.m. and then proceed toward downtown where it will end with a peaceful protest in front of the Lafayette Parish Courthouse. The event’s organizers are asking those who plan to attend to not park in GirardPark.
For more information visit Legalize Louisiana’s Facebook page here.
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