“Every day they find new medical uses for cannabis. It’d be sad if we continued to keep putting our heads in the sand.”

Rep. Lou Correa thinks 2019 could finally be the year that medical cannabis becomes legal for veterans nationwide.

“What do you tell a veteran who has brought back invisible scars and those opioids aren’t doing a darn thing for them?” the California Democrat said in a recent interview with Military Times.

“They say cannabis works for them. How do you argue against that? I don’t think there is a legitimate argument to oppose it.”

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Leo Shane III ~ MilitaryTimes.com

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