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2 Medical Marijuana in Idaho

Medical Marijuana in Idaho

Idaho is one of the most conservative states in the US when it comes to both the recreational and medical use of cannabis oil and marijuana. As of this writing, both are prohibited by law. Also, it is illegal to possess any amount of marijuana and cannabis oil, never mind selling or buying within the state’s […]

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2 Medical Marijuana in Rhode Island

Medical Marijuana in Rhode Island

Medical marijuana is legal in Rhode Island and has been since the mandatory minimum approval was granted in 2012. Since then, the state has considerably loosened up its policy. What started as a state with some of the strictest minimums is now a place where a small amount of cannabis for recreational use is decriminalized. Possession is […]

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2 Medical Marijuana in West Virginia

Medical Marijuana in West Virginia

Traditionally, states in the American South have been among the most vehement opponents to legalizing marijuana. However, in recent years, many of them have legalized medical marijuana in one way or another. On the other hand, none of the states has legalized the recreational use. West Virginia is one of the most recent states to legalize […]

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2 Medical Marijuana in Wyoming

Medical Marijuana in Wyoming

Wyoming is among the states with the most conservative cannabis laws in the country. While current laws allow the medical use of CBD oil, the recreational use is still strictly forbidden. Possession of small amounts (up to 3 ounces) is punishable by up to one year in jail and a $1,000 fine. Anything more than […]

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Medical Marijuana in Texas

Medical Marijuana in Texas

The recreational use of marijuana has been illegal in Texas since 1919, while the medical use was prohibited several years later. Under current laws, the possession of up to 4 ounces of marijuana constitutes a misdemeanor instead of a felony which was the case between 1931 and 1973. In recent years, support for legalization has […]

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2 Medical Marijuana in North Dakota

Medical Marijuana in North Dakota

Medical marijuana is legal in North Dakota but recreational use remains illegal. Hemp can also be cultivated in North Dakota however, it may be a matter of time before the legislation changes. After failed attempts in 2015, a medical cannabis program was finally established in 2016 for the state. Yet, North Dakotans have been patiently waiting […]

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2 Medical Marijuana in Delaware

Medical Marijuana in Delaware

The recreational use of marijuana in Delaware is still prohibited by law, though it has recently been decriminalized.  Since 2015, the possession of small amounts is a civil infraction that’s punishable by a $100 fine. There are legalization movements throughout the state, but as of this writing, the recreational use of marijuana remains illegal in Delaware. […]

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2 Medical Marijuana in New Hampshire

Medical Marijuana in New Hampshire

Medical marijuana has been permitted in New Hampshire since July 2013. Since then, the legislature has adapted to decriminalize cannabis in addition to making medical marijuana available to patients and caregivers. The state supplies strict guidelines, but possession carries a civil offense. New Hampshire is well on its way towards accepting medical and even recreational marijuana […]

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13 Medical Marijuana in California

Medical Marijuana in California

California is among the most liberal states in many areas, including the recreational and medical use of marijuana. Both are legal under state law, though of course they remain illegal under federal law. Additionally, medical and recreational users can have, carry, sell, and grow marijuana according to California laws. To use medical marijuana in California, one […]

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2 Medical Marijuana in Alaska

Medical Marijuana in Alaska

Alaska is one of the very few states where the recreational use, possession, and growing of marijuana are legal. Alaska Measure 2 (2014), effective since February 24, 2015, allows legal adults (aged 21 and older) to possess up to one ounce of marijuana. The use of marijuana for medicinal purposes is governed by the Alaska Medical […]

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