Veterans Advocate says Let Doctors Decide on Medical Marijuana

Veterans Affairs and Canadian military differ over the use of prescription pot.

As the federal government tries to come up with a pot policy for military veterans, one medical marijuana user has some advice: don’t limit how much prescription pot a veteran can eat, smoke or drink.

“I think there should be no cap and that every case should be judged on individual merit and that the doctor’s prescription is paramount,” said Mike Blais, president and founder of Canadian Veterans Advocacy.

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