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Georgia tried to pass a medical marijuana law last year but it failed. They plan to introduce a new bill this coming year which is primarily directed at using medical marijuana to treat seizures, especially in children. The bill is expected to pass.

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I was offered Medical MJ for my Glaucauma, I did not spell it right, don't remember. Anyways I figure with the Many Mental Issues that I have, I don't want to add fuel to the fire. I never tried it when it was Illegal and I have never had a drink, so I don't plan on starting now. Just asking for the Crazy Formula to get worse bud. As always, this is just my opinion.

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USA government does not approve of medical MJ and neither does the VA. If MJ shows up in your urine or bloodwork at the VA you have a problem. I sure think it should be legal, but the VA has other ideas. I think all drugs should be legal since illegal drug money is what funds organized crime all over the world.

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