State: Alaska
Med or Rec: Both
Transport & Possession: Carry up to 1 oz. (28 g)
# of homegrown plants allowed: Individuals and commercially – 24 max
Measure Passed: Measure 2

Notes:
Currently in Alaska, individuals and grow operations are both limited to 24 plants. Safe to say most people in AK are planting their own.

Arizona
Med/Rec: Med
T&P: Medical ONLY
#homegrown: Medical ONLY
Proposition 203

California
Med/Rec: Med
T&P: Medical ONLY
#homegrown: Medical ONLY
Proposition 215

NOTES: California has garnered enough signatures to petition a cannabis legalization ballot in the Nov. 2016 voting cycle. Bill entitled: Adult Use of Marijuana Act

Colorado
Med/Rec: Both
T&P: Carry up to 1 oz. (28 g)
#homegrown: 6 plants per household, 3 ‘in flower’ (21+)
Amendment 64

state by state cannabis laws
If you are travelling interstate this summer on the road, be aware of cannabis laws where you are travelling to or through!

Connecticut
Med/Rec: Med
T&P: Medical ONLY
#homegrown: Medical ONLY
PA 11-71

Delaware
Med/Rec: Med
T&P: Medical ONLY.
Carry up to 1 oz.
#homegrown: Medical ONLY
SB 138

Georgia
Med/Rec: Med
T&P: Medical ONLY & CBD ONLY
#homegrown: Medical ONLY & CBD ONLY
House Bill 1

In 2015, HB 1 was signed into law, allowing for ONLY Charlotte’s Web strain medical marijuana to be available to the public. The Charlotte’s Web strain is known for being >90% CBD, the cannabis constituent that relieves pain and seizures. The strain contains little-to-no THC, the psychoactive cannabis constituent.

Hawaii
Med/Rec: Med
T&P: Medical ONLY
#homegrown: Medical ONLY
House Bill 321

Illinois
Med/Rec: Med
T&P: Medical ONLY
#homegrown: Medical ONLY
Cannabis Control Act 1978

Amazingly, cannabis has been legal in the state of Illinois for nearly 30 years. The Cannabis Control Act, passed in 1978, was an attempt to feature common sense drug laws. In order for cannabis to be legal, however, the State Police and Human service must take action, and none has been taken. Gov. Pat Quinn signed a bill legalizing medical marijuana in Aug., 2013 which took effect Jan., 2014.

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state by state cannabis laws
If you heading to visit friends on the other coast, leave the weed at home and travel safely! Let your buddies supply the greenery.

Louisiana
Med/Rec: Med
T&P: Medical ONLY
#homegrown: Medical ONLY
SB 143

Maine
Med/Rec: Med
T&P: Medical ONLY
#homegrown: Medical ONLY
LD 250

Maryland
Med/Rec: Med
T&P: Medical ONLY
#homegrown: Medical ONLY
SB 364 – HB 881

Massachusetts
Med/Rec: Med
T&P: Medical ONLY
#homegrown: Medical ONLY
Question 3

Minnesota
Med/Rec: Med
T&P: Medical ONLY
#homegrown: Illegal
Minnesota Medical Marijuana Act

Montana
Med/Rec: Med
T&P: Medical ONLY
#homegrown: Medical ONLY

New Hampshire
Med/Rec: Med
T&P: Medical ONLY
#homegrown: Medical ONLY
HB 573

New Jersey
Med/Rec: Med
T&P: Medical ONLY
#homegrown: Medical ONLY
NJ Compassionate Use Medical Marijuana Act

Like everything else in New Jersey, ‘legal’ means something a little different. Even a first time offender could see jail time for a misdemeanor possession offense.

New Mexico
Med/Rec: Med
T&P: Medical ONLY
#homegrown: Medical ONLY
Senate Bill 523

state by state cannabis laws
New York State has legalized medical cannabis, but the laws are blurry. Be cautious in the Empire State with cannabis.

New York
Med/Rec: ???
T&P: Not clear
#homegrown: Illegal – misdemeanor
NY Compassionate Care Act

New York is still working it out. Apparently the only thing that takes longer than a ‘New York minute’ is cannabis legislation. Stay tuned.

Oregon
Med/Rec: Both
T&P: Since Jan. 1, 2016: > 1oz
#homegrown: 4 plants per household (21+)
Measure 91

Rhode Island
Med/Rec: Med
T&P: Medical ONLY
#homegrown: Medical ONLY

Vermont
Med/Rec: Med
T&P: Medical ONLY
#homegrown: Medical ONLY
Senate Bill 76 – Senate Bill 7 – HB 200

Washington
Med/Rec: Both
T&P: Carry up to 1 oz. (28 g)
#homegrown: Medical ONLY
Washington Initiative 502