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  • NFL Plans Committee To Revisit Policy On Medical Marijuana


     

     

     

    The main topic of medical marijuana use in the NFL is a longstanding theme of conversation. Now, according with their Players Association, an organization has been made to mull its occurrence and other choice drugs to assist in ailments, USA Today reports 

    Within an interview with the news headlines site, former protective end for the brand new York Jets, Marvin Washington, said he feels as though the NFL Players Relationship will vote and only the element eventually. "The movement is going on," he said. "They can not ignore this, when 60 percent of the united states has usage of recreational or medical cannabis."

    With this recent election, seven areas have voted and only marijuana's recreational use, while a complete of 28 areas have legalized the medicine for therapeutic purposes. But a few brain honchos within the NFL remain weary about marijuana's occurrence. In a past interview with Skill Rooney II, Pittsburgh Steelers chief executive, he said its passing won't be soon.

    "The culture inside our country has evolved," he thought to USA Today Activities. "It's legalized occasionally, decriminalized in a lot of places. They might not exactly seriously take it as. But our rules haven't changed. Someday maybe, but not soon anytime."

    Still, the NFL remains adamant on its ban, if players are trapped, mainly through obligatory medicine lab tests, they can face suspension system or get fined.

    2016-11-19 20:44:49