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Alliance for Responsible Medicinal Access is a 501(c)6 organization that primarily focuses on municipal ordinances and regulations regarding the dispensing of medical cannabis, including land use, zoning and other measures. Our goal is to ensure municipalities have clear ordinances on the books that enable licensed facilities to operate in full compliance with state and local law and to work cooperatively with neighborhood groups and government leaders to ensure neighborhood quality is not negatively affected by the operation of collectives and cooperatives.
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