The American Homefront Project: As Medical Marijuana Becomes More Accepted, Veterans Urge the VA To Prescribe It
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting's American Homefront Project takes a look at the issues raised in "Warriors Rise Up."

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The program focused on the Herald-Tribune project “Warriors Rise Up,” which found a gaping rift between what many combat veterans want to treat their post-traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injuries and what they can legally get.

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“Veterans Medical Marijuana Safe Harbor Act” would allow VA doctors to prescribe cannabis to veterans in the 31 states that have established medical-marijuana programs – including in Florida.

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The Herald-Tribune polled contestants in 27 congressional district races, seeking their views on the use of medical marijuana to treat PTSD, pain and other unseen wounds.

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