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William Dolphin is the Managing Editor for Americans for Safe Access (ASA). William Dolphin is responsible for ASA’s newsletters and other print publications, such as the booklets on treating specific conditions, state legal manuals, and activist training materials.

He has been part of ASA’s communications team since 2003, when he joined the organization after contributing to a media relations campaign for author Ed Rosenthal’s landmark federal trial that generated coverage by the New York Times and major networks. His work as a writer and editor has ranged from think tanks and city governments to universities and publishers, and he has taught college writing at San Francisco State University, Rhodes College, and UC Berkeley.


Americans for Safe Access (ASA)
Managing Editor
Americans for Safe Access (ASA) has a mission to ensure safe and legal access to cannabis (marijuana) for therapeutic uses and research. ASA works with our grassroots base of over 50,000 members to effect change using public education and direct advocacy at the local, state, and federal level. ASA focuses its efforts on training and educating patients, advocates, health care professionals and other stakeholders. On top of that, Americans for Safe Access also provides direct legal support and uses impact litigation to protect and expand patients’ rights.

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