Brittany Warrior was removed from the Governor's State of the State Address for partaking in a verbal protest with others who unfurled a tapestry in the House Gallery. The woman's epileptic daughter suffers severely and Mary Fallin has continually blocked the family from getting the medical treatment that little Jaqie's medical team recommends. Brittany Warrior has been a pioneer in bringing the Medical Cannabis state question to the ballot, next June.
Frontier News caught up with Brittany and her suffering daughter in a hallway of the capitol. There was a short interview until the staff had her removed from that part of the building, as well.
This is the plight of families in Oklahoma who cannot get the treatment for their children which is available in 29 other states. All of that can change if the legislature & the governor will devise a workable plan which respects the voters' wishes in the June 26th state question, 788.
The measure would allow licensed physicians to oversee treatment using cannabis products, such as the CBD oils which Gov. Fallin has eventually allowed small does of. CBD contains no THC (the content which produces the 'high' associated with Marijuana.
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