Veterans for Medical Cannabis Access

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Veterans for Medical Cannabis Access
Founded 2007
Founder Martin H. Chilcutt
Focus Protecting basic human right to access required medicine
Location
Area served
United States
Key people
Michael Krawitz
Website veteransformedicalmarijuana.org

Veterans for Medical Cannabis Access (VMCA), which was founded as Veterans for Medical Marijuana Access (VMMA) reflecting the pejorative word "marijuana", is an Elliston, Virginia-based non-profit service organization designed to assist American veterans who wish to be able to use marijuana for medical purposes with a doctor's recommendation. VMCA works towards the freedom for veterans to discuss the medical use of marijuana with their doctors without the risk of reprisal.

VMCA was the first American veteran service organization designed to assist veterans with medical access to cannabis. The organization seeks to make sure that the United States federal government allows veterans access to medicines their doctor prescribes or recommends.

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