WASHINGTON – On Monday, April 2, DCMJ, a leading cannabis advocacy and education organization that worked to successfully legalize cannabis in the District of Columbia (D.C.), will hold two consecutive days of ‘Bring It Home’ civil demonstrations and free cannabis giveaways in D.C. at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (Monday, 4/2), the D.C. Housing Authority (Monday, 4/2), and U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (Tuesday, 4/3) to raise awareness of current cannabis prohibition policies that prevent veterans, the disabled and economically challenged from having cannabis in their own homes. On Wednesday, April 4th, DCMJ will also fire-up an online ‘Tweet Storm,’ highlighting U.S. Department of Education policies that prevent on-campus students from using cannabis, even for medicinal purposes.
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