It’s no secret that many veterans are turning to cannabis to combat some of the difficulties they may be facing from serving in the military.
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The money was supposed to fund veteran programs but instead Missouri is burning through cash to defend itself in court.
Despite the unique recommendations of its drug policy findings, the document has gone mostly unnoticed by reform advocates and the media.
Sean Worsley, a disabled Black veteran who served in Iraq and was awarded a Purple Heart for his service, received a five-year prison sentence because of a simple mistake.
This action by the House Veterans Affairs Committee represents the first cannabis-related markup of legislation on Capitol Hill this year.
Congress keeps killing marijuana-related legislation that would allow the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to provide veterans with marijuana as an alternative to prescription drugs.
Researchers have been questioning whether or not weed can relieve the overactive fear system of PTSD sufferers and studies seem to point to yes.
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The vote in the House will mark the first time that the House or the Senate has ever voted as a full chamber on legislation to end the federal cannabis prohibition
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Marijuana is legal nationwide in Canada, and it could soon be in Mexico, as well.
What was once an illegal substance is now considered in many countries around the world as being acceptable.