Americans for Safe Access (ASA) aims the report at lawmakers each year, prodding them to make progress relative to their neighbors.

Sorry, Texas.

The world’s leading medical cannabis patient advocacy group, Americans for Safe Access (ASA), reports that residents of the Pacific island territory of Guam have better options to treat chronic pain and other ailments than their fellow Americans in Texas and the Southeast.

That’s according to ASA’s 2019 State of the States Report, an annual evaluation published recently.

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David Downs ~ Leafly.com ~ 

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