Dr. Bob Townsend on why medical marijuana should be approved for PTSD and Park
Dr. Robert (“Dr. Bob”) Townsend testified in favor of approving cannabis to treat PTSD. The Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs is charged with making the final decision about whether to approve Parkinson’s Disease and PTSD for treatment with medical marijuana under Michigan law. Their initial finding was to approve Parkinson’s but reject PTSD. This video was taken at a hearing held by the Bureau of Health Services at the State of Michigan Library to allow public comment. A final decision is expected in May, 180 days after the initial filing.