Amendment 2 goes into effect on December 6. The Department of Health and Senior Services will oversee medical marijuana. Under the law they must make applications for patient ID cards and for cultivation/manufacturing facilities available by the beginning of June. The amendment also stipulates that all medical marijuana must be grown in the state.
Lieutenant Colonel Todd Scattini served in the United States Army for 27 years before retiring earlier this year. He said medical marijuana could address problems stemming from over-prescription of opioids to veterans and could help alleviate Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Veterans for Cannabis is an ongoing series that profiles veterans whose lives have been impacted by medical cannabis. After coming home, many of our veterans face an uphill battle in their journey to healing as federal restrictions bar legal access to cannabis, despite its ability to alleviate pain, PTSD, pharmaceutical dependence, and other wounds of war. Find more veteran stories here.
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