Michigan lawmakers have passed a bicameral resolution approved by the state’s House in June and by the Senate on Sept. 6 urging Congress, the Department of Defense (DoD) and the VA to prioritize research and funding on “non-technology treatment options” for servicemembers and veterans with psychological trauma from military service, reported Ben Adlin for Marijuana Moment.

Copies of the resolution will be sent to the U.S. House of Representatives speaker, Senate president, chair and ranking members of the VA and Armed Services committees as well as members of the Michigan congressional delegation.

Priority treatment options include psychedelics. Resolution 5 explains that their controlled use in clinical …

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