Bipartisan Lawmakers Add More Marijuana And Psychedelics Reform Amendments To Defense Bill

Bipartisan lawmakers in Congress introduced several drug policy reform amendments in a large-scale advocacy bill to the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), reported Marijuana Moment. Banning federal employment discrimination against veterans who use marijuana, providing funding for studies on psychedelics' therapeutic benefits, and allowing US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) doctors to recommend medical cannabis to veterans are part of the proposals included in the amendments. “Codify that VA doctors can assist veterans in providing recommendations, opinions, and completion of the forms to become state-legal medical cannabis patients,” reads one of ... Full story available on