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  1. Ron Strider

    Army Issuing More Waivers For Recruits Who Used Marijuana

    Smoked pot? Want to go to war? No problem. As more states lessen or eliminate marijuana penalties, the Army is granting hundreds of waivers to enlist people who used the drug in their youth – as long as they realize they can't do so again in the military. The number of waivers granted by...
  2. Ron Strider

    In Italy, The Army Provides Medical Marijuana. And That's A Problem

    In Italy, as in most of western Europe, medical cannabis is legal. What sets the country apart is that cultivation of the plant is a de facto army monopoly. The only place cannabis can be legally grown here is at a heavily guarded military facility in Florence where, this year, two...
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    I need to be clean before my Meps!

    Hi! I am a 17 year old female who is trying to enlist into the army. I found out I had passed my ASVAB yesterday and they are sending me to Meps Febuary 6 and 7th. My drug test will be given on the 7th of Feb. The last time I smoked pot was on the 18th of January and prior to that the last...
  4. K

    Top Army Doctor Leery Of Treating PTSD With Marijuana

    But some vets aren't willing to wait for its official approval The Army's top doctor is skeptical that the first-ever federally-approved study will show that marijuana can help U.S. veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. "It's been found that using marijuana has a lot of...
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    Top Army Doctor Leery Of Treating PTSD With Marijuana

    But some vets aren't willing to wait for its official approval The Army's top doctor is skeptical that the first-ever federally-approved study will show that marijuana can help U.S. veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. "It's been found that using marijuana has a lot of...
  6. J

    California: Army Vet Faces Felony For Helping Other Veterans Treat PTSD With Cannabis

    Even though more states are legalizing medical marijuana, and federal officials have claimed that the prosecution of pot smokers is no longer a priority, the "war on drugs" continues to destroy the lives of Americans suffering from dire medical conditions. Sean Kiernan is a U.S. Army veteran...
  7. J

    California: Army Vet Faces Felony For Helping Other Veterans Treat PTSD With Cannabis

    Even though more states are legalizing medical marijuana, and federal officials have claimed that the prosecution of pot smokers is no longer a priority, the "war on drugs" continues to destroy the lives of Americans suffering from dire medical conditions. Sean Kiernan is a U.S. Army veteran...