Press Room

November 11, 2017
Hoosier MMC

The American Legion, Dept. of Indiana Press Conference on Medical Cannabis Research

November 11th, 2017: The American Legion, Department of Indiana hosted a press conference Thursday, November 9th, concerning The American Legion’s support of medical cannabis research. The […]
August 23, 2017
Sep 13 Forum with Senior VA Staff

What Medical Cannabis Could Look Like For Our Veterans Forum – 13 September 2017

What Medical Cannabis Could Look Like For Our Veterans: Forum 13  September 2017 WASHINGTON – In recent months, Americans nationwide have been faced with a startling […]
October 11, 2016
decision-2016

EXCLUSIVE WTHR/HPI Poll: Nearly 3 out of 4 Hoosiers support medical marijuana

INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) – Our latest WTHR – Howey Politics Indiana Poll showed key races are tightening up. It also showed us how Hoosiers felt on key […]
 

We'll continue to post news coverage on our organization and important topics related to medical cannabis legalization within Indiana and the US.

About Our Organization

The Situation

"Within the US one person every 20 minutes dies of either an accidental and or intentional overdose to prescription pain medication. Doing the math that’s 3 every hour, 72 a day and so forth. It has been report that our Veterans are overdosing at twice the rate of civilians…. in other words 2 of the 3 causalities within the above hour time frame are Veterans. This shouldn’t be, nor does it have too, especially within our great State of Indiana."

Our Mission

To inform, educate, lobby, support and maintain legislations for the “legal” Medical use of Cannabis within the State of Indiana.
In addition, when we have fought and won for the legalization of Medical Cannabis, HVMC will work with our legislators to continuously review, revise and update legislation as may be necessary from time to time. i.e. recognizing residents from out of State that are Medical Cannabis patients …and so forth.

On a national level HVMC will fight to petition our Federal Government to reduce Cannabis from a Schedule I (fraudulently noted) to a Schedule II rating under the Substance Control Act of 1970 and to petition the Veterans Affairs in making policies to more freely prescribe and recommend Cannabis to our Veterans in lieu of the fatal prescription practices we have been so accustomed too.