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‘CannaBus’ Mobile Dispensary to Educate Texans on Legal Marijuana Access

The mission of the “Ride For Your Rights” CannaBus Tour is to educate consumers and prospective patients about the state’s medical cannabis programme and to rally support for expanding Texans’ access to medical cannabis.

CannaBus Mobile Dispensary

In October, Goodblend, a retail brand of multi-state operator Parallel and is one of three licenced companies in Texas. It will tour the state with its “CannaBus” mobile dispensary to educate consumers about the state’s medical cannabis programme.

Also read: Ripple Effect: ‘Ridiculous’ increase in cannabis tax hurts the legal cannabis industry in California

From October 4 to October 20, the “Ride For Your Rights” CannaBus Tour will visit cities across Texas, including Austin, Houston, San Antonio, and Dallas, among others.

The purpose of the tour is to educate consumers and prospective patients about the state’s medical cannabis programme. It includes its regulations, products, and prescription process.

Texas has not yet legalised the commercial sale of medical cannabis without restrictions on THC levels.

According to Cannabis Business Times, Governor Greg Abbott signed House Bill 1535 into law in June 2021. It expands the state’s medical cannabis qualifying conditions to include cancer and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

Ride For Your Rights

“At goodblend Medical Cannabis, our goal is to make Texans feel good. We believe access to medical marijuana will be beneficial.

This is why we will be travelling. Our “Ride For Your Rights” CannaBus Tour will garner support for expanding Texans’ access to medical cannabis.

Also read: Texans cross the border into New Mexico to get marijuana from dispensaries there.

We hope to persuade state legislators to enact genuine, long-lasting change,” the company stated on the event page.

In conjunction with the tour, good blend will host a Texas Marijuana March and Freedom Festival on October 8 at Burnett Park in Fort Worth. The freedom march will feature food, vendors, flow performers, music, and speakers and is free to attend.

CAM INMAN
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Cam Inman is the sports writer at The East County Gazette. He has been writing for over four years and loves to share his thoughts on all of your favorite games. His articles are always fun, informative and sometimes humorous!
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