Marijuana Advocacy Group Gives California’s Medical Marijuana Program a B+

A leading marijuana patient advocacy group gives California high marks for access to medicinal marijuana, but says there is still room for improvement when it comes to ensuring quality access for marijuana patients.

The latest report card from D.C.-based Americans for Safe Access gives California a B+. That was the highest grade issued by the group. Two other states also earned a B+.

“The really good news in California is that if you’re medical cannabis patient, you can almost surely get access to your medicine,” said Don Duncan, the organization's director.

Read more about the latest scorecard here


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