• Everyone should be allowed access to medical marijuana

    Medical marijuana, like any drug, can do great harm but can also do great good. With a doctor's prescription and careful supervision, anyone should have access to medical marijuana or any other drug if it is the right drug to treat their condition. Veterans especially are more likely to need it and deserve it.

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  • It can certainly do more good then harm.

    Although people say that medical marijuana leads to addiction and/or psychological problems,it's about as bad as alcohol's effects,
    Besides,the U.S has the most people in prison then any other country in the world-http://www.Naacp.Org/pages/criminal-justice-fact-sheet.People will keep smoking whether we have a law or not,there'd be no need to give veterans special privleges if we just legalized pot anyways.

  • Yes, because medical marijuana is a legal medical treatment and is good for veterans suffering from PTSD.

    The number of veterans suffering PTSD, or Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, is on the rise. Suicides among these veterans is also on the increase. Veterans report that the use of medical marijuana helps to reduce the symptoms of PTSD while improving the quality of life for the veterans. If veterans have access to medical marijuana, then suicide, depression, and anxiety are reduced. This also means that the members of the veterans' families and friends will have a better quality of life.

  • Veterans need access to medical marijuana

    Veterans deal with many issues after coming home. Many of them would benefit from medical marijuana to treat physical pain caused by injuries, and mental health issues such as PTSD. Making this drug available to veterans could be a manner of life or death, as many have trouble with thoughts of suicide. These thoughts can come from PTSD, physical disabilities or difficulties getting back to life in the civilian world (finding employment, dealing with relationships etc) and I believe medical marijuana can solve many of these problems by relieving physical and mental anguish. Marijuana can be a great pain reliever and can calm racing thoughts. Medical Marijuana should be available to all veterans.

  • No, veterans should not have access to medical marijuana.

    I believe that when it comes to items such as medicines or drugs that everyone should have the same opportunity to receive those drugs. Unless veterans are living in a state that has legalized marijuana for medical uses, they should not have access to it. If other people with cancer and diseases that it has been proven medical marijuana will help cannot have the drug, then no one should be allowed to have the drug. Yes, veterans should be honored for their service their country, I do not disagree with that. But, they do not need to be given priveleges that everyone else does not have.

  • No, the usage of medical marijuana is linked with medical and psychological problems.

    Using marijuana for a long period of time can lead to addiction. While using marijuana, you are unable to drive because it causes impairment in short-term memory and cognitive ability, and problems in motor coordination. The use of marijuana can cause psychosis. People with PTSD have a harder time stopping the use of medical marijuana.

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