Hopefully the University of Arizona’s research will pave the path for more states to less reluctantly add PTSD as a qualifying condition as Michigan is only the seventh state to allow it.
“LANSING, MI — Michigan residents suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder can now qualify for treatment under the state’s medical marijuana law, which is expanding to include a new condition for the first time since voter approval in 2008.
Steve Arwood, director of the state Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, has signed off on a PTSD recommendation from the Michigan Medical Marihuana Review panel, which includes the state’s top medical executive.
But he did so reluctantly.”
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