Medical Cannabis Programs by State

In the U.S., there is a patchwork quilt of medical cannabis laws that constantly evolve. This can be a nightmare for medical professionals and patients who are trying to navigate the various regulatory schemes.  It is, of course, important to recall that on the federal level, cannabis is still a Schedule I drug and is defined as having "no accepted medical use in the U.S."

For discussion purposes, there are basically two types of state laws: those that allow access to the full plant (in various delivery forms) and those that allow access to CBD-only drugs. The link below to the National Conference of State Legislature provides an overview and comparison of medical cannabis laws by state, and links to more detailed information and laws for each state.

Please visit the following link for more information on state medical cannabis laws from the National Conference of State Legislature:

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