Michigan Report: $20M In Cannabis Cash To Research PTSD Among Veterans And Using Weed Does Not Disqualify Unemployment Eligibility

The state of Michigan is funding two major medical cannabis projects to the tune of $20 million with tax revenue from the state’s recreational marijuana program, announced Michigan’s Marijuana Regulatory Agency (MRA).

And There's No Shortage Of Cannabis Cash In Michigan

Cannabis sales for the month of June alone hit $149 million. Actually, April and May were about the same.

PTSD
The money for the Veteran Marijuana Research (VMR) Grant Program is earmarked for clinical trials that will focus on cannabis as a treatment for military vets who are suffering from  disorder (PTSD).
The MRA stated that the research grant has been recommended to be used by Wayne State University and the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS). The latter is currently undertaking the first-ever …

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More Michigan Report: $20M In Cannabis Cash To Research PTSD Among Veterans And Using Weed Does Not Disqualify Unemployment Eligibility