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Topic - Sean Azzariti
Sean Azzariti, a former corporal in the Marines, says medical marijuana saved his life. Mr. Azzariti said marijuana helped calm him and stopped his nightmares. He thinks other veterans should have the option to use medicinal marijuana instead of pills.
Speaking out: Sean Azzariti, a former Marine who suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder after serving two tours in Iraq, says marijuana changed his life.
"I feel like with what I'm doing right now, if I can help a few people or save a life or two by getting people's attention, I'm not very concerned about my VA benefits," he said. "It's worth the risk."