Pennsylvania gets C+ in medical cannabis access, according to new report
By Harri Leigh for FOX43
HARRISBURG, Pa. — A new report by advocacy group Americans for Safe Access (ASA) gives Pennsylvania a C+ grade for patient access to medical cannabis.
The report released on Feb. 22 ranks state policies on medical cannabis based on six categories encompassing 120 metrics. Pennsylvania’s C+ grade is slightly above the report’s national average grade of a D.
According to the report, a major issue for Pennsylvania’s 384,254 registered cannabis patients is cost.
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