The MarijuanaMoment.net website reported the new policy calling it “little-noticed,” which is an accurate but ironic description of what should have been widely announced, if it was meant to inform members of both the active duty and reserve military about something so important.
Ironically, it comes at the same time the NBA says it won’t be testing for marijuana, which is technically still banned, while the teams are “locked down” in Disney World.
NBC News reported in February that between 50% and 85% of NBA players use cannabis products.
The DoD is concerned about the military using a substance used by more than half of America’s greatest athletes, while Military.com reports that the U.S. is having a hard time finding physically fit recruits. [Read More @ LA Weekly]