With a low medical marijuana score, PA fights to get at-home growing

By Brittany Valentine for AL DÍA

In its 2021 State of the States Report, the California-based pro-cannabis advocacy group, Americans for Safe Access, Pennsylvania’s Medical Marijuana program received a C+ rating.
Compared with the rest of the nation, Pennsylvania’s score is lower than the average, and scored especially low in categories such as affordability, medicine access, as well as health and social equity.
One of the report’s main recommendations for the state is to allow patients to grow their own cannabis at home.

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