Lawmakers: Feds Should Research Medical Marijuana for Military Vets


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A group of 10 U.S. House members is pushing the Trump administration to begin researching medical marijuana’s potential benefits for military vets struggling to cope with war wounds.

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) “is uniquely situated to pursue research on the impact of medical marijuana on veterans suffering from chronic pain and PTSD given its access to world class researchers, the population it serves, and its history of overseeing and producing research resulting in cutting-edge medical treatments.”

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