Veterans and other post-traumatic stress disorder patients will have easier easier access to medical marijuana.

Governor John Carney signed the Bravery Bill into law, and it allows PTSD patients to receive a medical marijuana card from any properly licensed physician.

"Our veterans have fought for our freedom and have enabled us to enjoy safety and a good life, so the least we can do is provide them with relief," said State Senate Majority Leader Margaret Rose Henry.

Prior to this, PTSD patients could only get approval for medical marijuana from a licensed psychiatrist.

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Joe Irizarry ~ Wdel.com ~

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