Map: How do state medical marijuana laws compare? Advocates give report card
Advocacy group Americans for Safe Access issues grades for U.S. medical marijuana laws; none get an “A”.
The majority of U.S. states now have a medical marijuana law in place, but the laws don’t yet go far enough, a national medical marijuana patient advocacy group says.
Americans for Safe Access recently released the latest iteration of its “Medical Marijuana Access in the United States” annual report card, in which the organization conducts a state-by-state analysis of medical marijuana laws and programs.
A total of 19 states received a grade from B-minus to B-plus in the report, up from 12 states the year before, ASA authors noted.
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