The Carolinas deserve safe, regulated access to medical cannabis.

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The Carolinas deserve safe, regulated access to medical cannabis.

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Sensible South was founded in 2017 to advocate for medical cannabis in the Carolinas. Influential Republicans in both states have finally introduced legislation that we believe will pass this year. We support these legislators by telling out stories about why the laws are so desperately needed. Our singular goal is to help those few remaining hold outs understand why their objections are dated and wrong.

"I am so grateful to help give a voice to the voiceless," said Josh Biddix, Marine veteran and retired North Carolina law enforcement officer. "I'm just one, but I'm not the only one who suffered trying to heal myself with dozens of prescription medications that made me worse. With medical cannabis, I'm able to be the husband and father and son I want to be."

Sensible South was founded in 2017 to advocate for medical cannabis in the Carolinas. Influential Republicans in both states have finally introduced legislation that we believe will pass this year. We support these legislators by telling out stories about why the laws are so desperately needed. Our singular goal is to help those few remaining hold outs understand why their objections are dated and wrong.

"I am so grateful to help give a voice to the voiceless," said Josh Biddix, Marine veteran and retired North Carolina law enforcement officer. "I'm just one, but I'm not the only one who suffered trying to heal myself with dozens of prescription medications that made me worse. With medical cannabis, I'm able to be the husband and father and son I want to be."

Facts

More than 70% of Carolinians (regardless of political affiliation) support the legalization of medical cannabis.

Two-thirds of cancer patients said symptoms  significantly improved one month after starting medical cannabis.

Trauma patients experienced 48% reduction in opioid use after three months of medical cannabis treatment.

Nearly half of Parkinson’s disease patients who have tried cannabis say the drug helped relieve their symptoms.

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