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Study pot for PTSD? Veterans’ advocates call for federal research

Posted on December 8, 2016

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Ray Chambers says slamming the door on medical marijuana research is an insult to the ailing veterans who might benefit from the drug’s doctor-prescribed use. “These are not people who are looking to get high,” he said. …

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