This briefing book is intended for the members of the 115th Congress and the President of the United States to help them make informed decisions on medical cannabis policy.
Created in direct response to the DEA's decision not to reschedule cannabis. This report demonstrates the weakness of the DEA's analysis by attempting to correct the errors present in the DEA's argument.
Americans for Safe Access (ASA) has created this document to educate and inform legislators and regulators of the growing need for an alternate treatment for the millions of patients suffering from pain every day.
The 8-Factor analysis is not a formal petition to reschedule Cannabis, rather it is a guide for addressing the government’s requirements for rescheduling and regulating Cannabis as a safe and effective medicine. The analysis presents the CSA and FDA requirements for demonstrating the medical value of legitimizing Cannabis as well as the major public health impact it can have towards the many patients it helps. Within the analysis is a critical review of the abuse, dependence, medical use, and standards being implemented to regulate medical cannabis programs in the United States.
Prepared and reviewed by the Speakers and Attendees of ASA's 2016 National Medical Cannabis Unity Conference for presentation to the United Nations Special Assembly. This document is structured according to WHO review standards.
Every year Americans for Safe Access prepares a report on the state of Medical Cannabis access in the United States. Sign in with email, Facebook or Twitter to access the 2015 Medical Marijuana Access in the US Report.
“Where Will Patients Obtain Their Medicine?” a white paper on the impact of medical cannabis dispensaries on patient's, teen cannabis use, crime and communities.
In ASA's newest report "What is the Cost", our research found that over the last decade nearly $500 million had been spent by the Department of Justice (DOJ) on raids, federal prosecutions, incarceration, and asset forfeiture suits.
A White Paper on State Laws on Medical Cannabis Distribution and Department of Justice Guidance on Enforcement
Massachusetts is implementing a dispensary model to provide access for patients. This is a report on the rules and regulations for the state, as well as an overview of why and how dispensaries work for patients and communities.
Updated for 2011, the ASA Dispensary Report reviews the experience of various municipalities that have implemented a regulated approach to the distribution of medical cannabis, based on information from public officials and other community members.
Federal interference with state medical cannabis programs has patients and providers caught in the crossfire. This report tells some of their stories.
Medical cannabis patients need patient cultivation for a variety of reasons. This report explains why.