Vote Medical Marijuana Alabama State Grade

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Background

In 2014, the Alabama state legislature passed SB 174, a restrictive cannabidiol (CBD) law. Officially entitled “Carly’s Law,” it offers an affirmative defense for the possession and use of CBD; however, the program is extremely limited and may not be able to provide CBD-rich medicine to patients.

Print and Download Alabama Medical Marijuana Report Card

View and print the Alabama MMJ State Report from our latest report: Medical Marijuana access in the U.S. A Patient-Focused Analysis of the Patchwork of State Laws. 

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Tell your elected officials how the Alabama MMJ program compares to the rest of the US! 

Americans for Safe Access (ASA) has recently released "Medical Marijuana Access in the U.S.," a report that evaluates the array of differing laws across the country. The report includes a matrix to easily identify the elements of each law from a patient's perspective. ASA concludes that while many states have important elements helpful to patients, no state has yet established an ideal, comprehensive program, and the recent trend of restrictive medical marijuana laws fails to meet the needs of patients. Contact your representative today!