Advocates for marijuana reform were in Austin, Texas this past weekend for the second annual Texas Marijuana Policy Conference.

Members of the Texas Veterans for Medical Marijuana participated in the conference, continuing their push for legislation to expand medical marijuana access to treat PTSD.

Their message was encapsulated by an art piece called "Operation Trapped," made up of hundreds of pill bottles.

“The pill bottles are very important. They symbolize a veteran trapped in the pharmaceutical, the routine," said veteran Robert Head.

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Niki Griswold ~ SpectrumNewsLocal.com

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