The Allegany Medical Marijuana Dispensary does not support the existing law by the U.S. government that lists marijuana as a Schedule 1 drug. Medical marijuana has been proven to help individuals who have an approved medical condition, and have been certified to obtain medical marijuana by a licensed certifier, through a highly selective process of strains and products.
Hundreds of individuals and organizations are working to provide educational support on the value of medical marijuana use. Some organizations include: NORML, Marijuana Policy Project, LEAP, Drug Policy Alliance, Students for Sensible Drug Policy, and more.
What does The Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission (MMCC) do?
The MMCC develops policies, procedures, and regulations to implement programs that ensure medical cannabis is available to qualifying patients in a safe and effective manner. They also oversee all licensing, registration, inspection, and testing measures pertaining to Maryland’s medical cannabis program and provides relevant program information to patients, certifiers, providers, growers, dispensers, processors, testing laboratories and caregivers.