With a wall  covered with photos of servicemen and women displayed  in their Olympia office at 322 Fourth Ave. on Wednesday, veterans Dante Cammarata (left) and Andrew Collins hope their organization will help support their comrades battling post-traumatic stress disorder. Teaming up with a South Sound medical marijuana provider,  the group has planned a July 22 march to the Capitol.
With a wall covered with photos of servicemen and women displayed in their Olympia office at 322 Fourth Ave. on Wednesday, veterans Dante Cammarata (left) and Andrew Collins hope their organization will help support their comrades battling post-traumatic stress disorder. Teaming up with a South Sound medical marijuana provider, the group has planned a July 22 march to the Capitol. Steve Bloom Staff photographer
With a wall covered with photos of servicemen and women displayed in their Olympia office at 322 Fourth Ave. on Wednesday, veterans Dante Cammarata (left) and Andrew Collins hope their organization will help support their comrades battling post-traumatic stress disorder. Teaming up with a South Sound medical marijuana provider, the group has planned a July 22 march to the Capitol. Steve Bloom Staff photographer

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July 10, 2015 01:03 PM

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