Hes Stopped Drinking, Returned To College And Organized An All-veteran Support Group.

His predecessor, however, stunned observers when he stood to support the bill. Jeff Moore, who retired in 2014 after 32 years leading the association, credits marijuana with saving his sons life. But he says it also prevents his son, an Army veteran, from coming home to South Carolina for fear of being arrested. In 2008, six weeks into his sons first of two tours in Iraq, their convoy was surrounded in Mosul. He watched as five of his friends were killed by an IED and he fought for his life for 2 hours. He suffers from PTSD and traumatic brain injury as that battle scene and others replay in his mind. He was honorably discharged after two suicide attempts, Moore http://michiganmedicalmarijuana.biz/ said. Eventually, his sons father-in-law, a Vietnam veteran, convinced him to move near him in Michigan, where he can legally smoke a high-CBD, low-THC strain of marijuana Moore says does not get him high. Hes stopped drinking, returned to college and organized an all-veteran support group. He is also an elder in his church, Moore said. His life has made a complete, 180-degree turnaround.

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