Krawitz did it again when Holder renewed that pledge in a written directive in October.
He cheered again this month, when the American Medical Association reversed its longstanding opposition to expanded research into marijuana as a treatment for pain, glaucoma, HIV wasting syndrome and certain other maladies.
Krawitz, 47, is a disabled American veteran. He’s disabled as a result of a bad motorcycle crash he had in Guam while stationed there by the U.S. Air Force.
He also is a Virginia medical marijuana activist.
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