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Access to education is a basic human right. We are committed to keeping you informed on the medical marijuana industry as a whole including its economic impact and current business opportunities.
As of November 8, 2016, a total of 26 states plus the District of Columbia have what are called "effective" state medical marijuana laws, and one more state has created an academic program which may in the future help that state's patients. These states include: Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas,California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Maryland, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Oregon, Pennslyvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Washington state.
Many people think the legalization of medical marijuana will result in abuse among children and families. However, we believe a well-regulated medical marijuana program results in many social benefits. By changing the current philosophy from criminalization to education and compassion our society will grow as a whole. The United States incarcerates more of its citizens than any other country in the world. The United States arrests and incarcerates nearly 800,000 Americans per year for non-violent cannabis violations. This staggering number costs more than just billions of dollars. These arrests disproportionately affect minority groups. Legalization social benefits include:
In November, 73% of Floridians voted yes on Amendment 2 which would would create a legal right for patients and their caregivers to obtain and possess marijuana for the patient's medical use. What's next? Lawmakers have approximately 6 months to draft the rules and regulations for this new law. M4MM is working closely with our elected officials to share our position statement on what minorities want to see in the new law.