SSDP member and medical marijuana patient Sal Sodaro testifies in favor of CT medical marijuana bill

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SSDP member and medical marijuana patient Sal Sodaro testifies in favor of CT medical marijuana billSal Sodaro has been a member of UConn SSDP for 3 years and Crohn’s disease sufferer since he was 12-years-old. On March 7, 2012 he gave testimony to the Connecticut General Assembly’s Joint Committee on the Judiciary in favor of House Bill 5289, a bill that would legalize medicinal marijuana.

3 comments on “SSDP member and medical marijuana patient Sal Sodaro testifies in favor of CT medical marijuana bill

  1. reba801 on

    yes, years ago when I had Crohn’s, marijuana kept me alive during a horrible period of obstructions and inflammation. However, it should be noted that Crohn’s is absolutely curable, and I have had no intestinal or other inflammation including arthritis for many years now. The medical profession is clueless as they know nothing about healing. The body heals itself, given the necessary nutrients and eliminating the many causes of inflammation.

  2. FixxxerKH202 on

    I have Hemophilia a bleeding disorder which can cause arthritis at an early age. I also had 4 surgeries on my ankle 2 of which were to remove bone cystic legions and then the other 2 were for bone spurs and arthritis. Now between my ankle problems and arthritis in several of my joints the only relief I found without negative side effects is from marijuana. I refuse to take opiads because of the addictive properties and they also cause me issues with my digestive system.

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