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Membership matters! Americans for Safe Access (ASA) is the nation’s leading medical marijuana patients' advocacy organization. Our goal is to make medical marijuana legally available for everyone who needs it, and we need your help to make that happen!
ASA members are patients, caretakers, doctors, researchers, attorneys, providers and concerned community members who are helping to overcome barriers to safe and dignified access to medical marijuana nationwide. ASA provides a patient-focused perspective on medical marijuana legislation and regulations. We strive to change state and federal laws to meet the needs of patients.
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