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Wed March 19, 2014
PTSD becomes first mental-health disorder approved for medical marijuana use
Michigan residents suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder will now be able to get medical marijuana, marking the first mental-health disorder approved for medical marijuana use.
The decision came yesterday, as the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs signed off on the proposal from the Michigan Medical Marihuana Review panel.
As Michigan Public Radio Network’s Jake Neher explains, the decision is the result of months of deliberation.
How will the decision affect veterans who apply for federal benefits? Is Lansing considering adding other conditions to the issue?
Listen to the full interview above.
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