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Cleaning up cannabis

Groups seek standards to ensure safety and quality By Britt E. Erickson for Chemical & Engineering News “We train both the industry and the inspectors that go into the facilities,” -Jahan Marcu, Ph.D.

ASA Activist Newsletter - November 2017

In the November 2017 Issue: Rallies Call for Cannabis Solution to Opioid Crisis ASA Files Freedom of Information Requests on Opioid Commission ASA Chief Scientist Co-Authors JAMA Study on CBD Product Labeling Cannabis Expert Dr. Ethan Russo Joins Center of Excellence PFC Trainings, Outreach and Events Span the US Activist...

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ASA Files Freedom of Information Act Requests

WASHINGTON, DC — On November 9, Americans for Safe Access, filed two requests under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) for information on any discussions the Commission had about medical cannabis and specifically the only cannabis study referenced in the President’s Commission on Combating Drug Addiction and the Opioid Crisis...

Medical Marijuana Study: 70 percent of CBD products inaccurately labelled

Americans for Safe Access Co-Author’s Study in JAMA on Cannabidiol Products Washington, DC - A new study published this week in JAMA found that nearly 70 percent of all cannabidiol (CBD) products sold online are either over or under labeled, causing potential serious harm to its consumers. The study, co-authored...

Patient Advocates Call on Congress to Act to Preserve Medical Cannabis to Fight Opiate Crisis

Americans for Safe Access Launches Campaign and Declares November 1: National Cannabis as an Option for Pain Day WASHINGTON, DC — On November 1, Americans for Safe Access, the US Pain Foundation, and approximately 150 advocates will hold a press conference and rally in Washington to encourage Congress and the...

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