No Patient Left Behind

While most Americans live in states with medical cannabis laws, millions still find themselves without access to it, including:

  • Federal employees
  • Veterans
  • People in jurisdictions with restrictive lists of qualifying conditions
  • Employees subject to drug testing in jurisdictions that don’t provide employment protections for medical cannabis patients
  • Patients in treatment or hospice centers
  • School-age minors in some medical cannabis jurisdictions
  • Patients who need to travel across state lines
  • People living in underserved areas
  • People living in poverty
  • Minor qualifying patients whose educational institutions don’t permit them to consume their medication on-campus
  • People on organ transplant lists where explicit patient protections are not written into law

This is because medical cannabis is still illegal at the federal level and why we launched our No Patient Left Behind campaign this year. Laws must be changed to expand medical cannabis access to the extent possible, ensure that patients are prioritized with regard to access to product and quality of product, and otherwise protect medical cannabis patients.

If you support our efforts to leave no patient behind, please take a few moments to take the actions below.

 

Take Action!

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Take the No Patient Left Behind Pledge

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Urge the POTUS & VP Establish an Office of Medical Cannabis Control

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Urge VA Secretary McDonough Allow VA Doctors to Recommend Cannabis

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Urge HUD To Stop Evictions of Medical Cannabis Patients in Federal Housing

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Urge Acting Attorney General Monty Wilkinson Reinstate the Cole Memo!

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Urge Acting Director McGettigan Stop Drug Testing of Federal Employees and Contractors

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Read our Model Legislation

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Send this legislation to lawmakers

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