The survey, by lead campaign pollster for President Donald Trump, Fabrizio, Lee & Associates, shows 77 perccent of 2018 voters nationwide have a favorable opinion of legalizing medical marijuana, an opinion proponents we spoke to said candidates shouldn’t ignore.
Some Tennesseans traveled as far as two hours away from home to share why medical marijuana would help their illnesses Wednesday, but lawmakers ran out of time during a committee hearing.
Tennessee Medical Cannabis Alliance President, Mary Parker, was featured in a Channel 2 Town Hall segment, side-by-side with the co-sponsors of the Tennessee “Medical Cannabis Act”, Senator Steve Dickerson and Representative Jeremy Faison. Opposition representatives, Sheriff Joe Guy and Representative William Lamberth, completed the panel. Bob Mueller and Hailey Wieglus co-hosted the hour-long program, with the first half-hour live on air on Channel 2, continuing to an additional 30 minutes live-streamed on Facebook. Click below to watch the entire discussion. Thanks go out to our President for speaking up for Tennesseans! Please join in our fight!
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