Gary and Brianna Hardy testify before Louisiana State Congress in support of medical cannabis treatment in Louisiana.
Louisiana unanimously passes legislation to allow medical cannabis inhalation delivery systems.
Gary Hess becomes the first patient and veteran to receive a medical cannabis recommendation in the state of Louisiana.
Gary Hess becomes a public advocate for medical cannabis and is invited to present to a panel at Baton Rouge Entrepreneurship Week 2020.
Gary Hess is invited to speak on the efficacy of medical cannabis to the healthcare community at LSU’s Pennington Biomedical Research Facility.
Gary Hess speaks at Baton Rouge Entrepreneurship Week about the benefits of medical cannabis.
VAHA was founded to advocate for veterans’ right to access life-saving treatment in the form of medical cannabis.
VAHA teamed up with Sue Sisley of SRI to file legislation against the United Stated Attorney General and Drug Enforcement Agency to remove cannabis as a Schedule 1 narcotic.
VAHA presents to the professional human resources community in Louisiana about the medical benefits of cannabis and how it can be best integrated as a daily medicine to improve worker satisfaction and enhance performance.
TeleLeaf launches providing a straightforward online process whereby patients in need of treatment through medical cannabis can connect with qualified physicians to obtain their medical marijuana card.
DGS was created to address the increasing need for innovative agricultural solutions for the cannabis growing industry.
VAHA representatives, Brianna Hardy and Peter Prevot, present to government of Panama on the medical efficacy of cannabis and the economic benefits the cannabis industry brings.
VAHA holds its first public presentation on the benefits of cannabis and how it can be used to facilitate recovery, stability, and post-traumatic growth.
VAHA partners with PAX and Ilera Holistic to launch the first metered-dose inhalation device available in Louisiana.
Hearing results in allowing other qualified cultivators to grow and supply research institutions with cannabis products (ending the NIDA monopoly which prohibited cannabis research).
VAHA supports SRIs phase two clinical trials focusing specifically on cannabis’ effects on veterans for chronic pain and PTSD.
The proposal allows patients to access cannabis if they have been diagnosed with a debilitating medical condition.
VAHA and Curaleaf, the worlds largest cannabis company, agree to partnership.
VAHA Accepts Invitation to Sit on National Cannabis Roundtable Advisory Board.
VAHA meets with Senate Committee Members about need for safe banking in the cannabis industry. This would allow small businesses access to economic opportunities provided by the cannabis industry.