Your Turn, NH: Gov. Hassan, do you care about the severely disabled like me?
I spent a summer in California several years ago, so I know from personal experience that medical marijuana works for me. In the months that I was able to use it legally, I gained more than 10 pounds and was able to stop taking prescription pain medicines altogether. There is no cure for my condition, but medical marijuana relieves my pain and stimulates my appetite, dramatically improving my quality of life when I’m able to use it.
Clayton Holton lives in Rochester.
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