Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is a battle that sometimes continues even after a veteran puts away their combat boots. 12News sat down with a Jefferson County man who served two tours in Iraq and now has PTSD. The vet is asking lawmakers to let him use pot.

JEFFERSON COUNTY - United States service men and women encounter challenges throughout the course of their military careers.

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is a battle that sometimes continues even after a veteran puts away their combat boots.

In 23 states, medical marijuana is allowed for treatment of PTSD. Texas is not on that list. A lawmaker from San Antonio is wanting to change that.

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