Medical Cannabis Legalization Wins in 4 States

November 10, 2016 | Geoff Marshall

By C.M. Watts for TheWeedBlog

 

“Last night was a historic victory for the movement to legalize medical cannabis and provide safe, legal access for patients who are in critical need of medical cannabis for therapeutic uses,” said Steph Sherer, Executive Director of Americans of Safa Access (ASA).

 

Election 2016 is proving to be a huge tipping point in ending marijuana prohibition throughout the United states as four more states passed medical cannabis legalization initiatives.

Residents of FloridaArkansasNorth Dakota, and Montana voted to pass ballot initiatives to legalize the medical use of cannabis. They now join a total of 21 states with medical cannabis access.

“Last night was a historic victory for the movement to legalize medical cannabis and provide safe, legal access for patients who are in critical need of medical cannabis for therapeutic uses,” said Steph Sherer, Executive Director of Americans of Safa Access (ASA). The ASA is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to ensuring safe and legal access to cannabis for therapeutic use and research.

Florida moved beyond their small CBD-focused program to a system of doctor-approved access and cannabis centers with Amendment 2. Arkansas also passed a marijuana amendment through.

Election 2016 is proving to be a huge tipping point in ending marijuana prohibition throughout the United states as four more states passed medical cannabis legalization initiatives.

Residents of FloridaArkansasNorth Dakota, and Montana voted to pass ballot initiatives to legalize the medical use of cannabis. They now join a total of 21 states with medical cannabis access.

“Last night was a historic victory for the movement to legalize medical cannabis and provide safe, legal access for patients who are in critical need of medical cannabis for therapeutic uses,” said Steph Sherer, Executive Director of Americans of Safa Access (ASA). The ASA is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to ensuring safe and legal access to cannabis for therapeutic use and research.

Florida moved beyond their small CBD-focused program to a system of doctor-approved access and cannabis centers with Amendment 2. Arkansas also passed a marijuana amendment through.



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