The Laws of Medical Marijuana in The United States

The Original Medical Marijuana Magazine

  Marijuana - November 2016
8 recreational Marijuana States
28 States and DC have approved medical marijuana and
6 States you should totally avoid

 

On November 8, 2016 another four states voted in favor of outright marijuana legalization: California, Nevada, Maine, and Massachusetts all voted in favor of legalized use, sale, and consumption of recreational marijuana. Now marijuana is legal in 8 states and 44 states have medical marijuana initiatives.  So its time to roll!

The entire West Coast is recreational as of today, so it marks a huge day in election history!  Time to contact Todd McCormick out in California.

Only six states have created no laws for marijuana and should be avoided until further legislation.  These States are: Idaho, Indianapolis, Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota, and West Virginia. 

In the most momentous Election Day in history for the marijuana policy reform movement, California, Maine, Massachusetts, and Nevada voted to end marijuana prohibition, and Arkansas, Florida, and North Dakota adopted medical marijuana laws. In Montana, voters approved an initiative to re-establish patientsí access to medical marijuana providers and improve its existing medical marijuana law.

Laws, Fees, and Possession Limits as of November 2016
8 States have approved marijuana recreationally
20 States now have medical marijuana laws set in place
28 states and DC have enacted laws to legalize medical marijuana
its time for the other states to comply with God's approved medicine, or petition Obama to decriminalize marijuana as a drug.  The time is now!

(8 States have recreational for adult marijuana laws they are listed below in green)

1. Alaska - 1998 Ballot Measure 8 (58%) 1 oz usable; 6 plants
2. Arizona - 2010 Proposition 203 (50.13%) 2.5 oz usable; 12 plants
3. Arkansas - 2016 legalizes medical marijuana
4. California - 2016 prop 64 passes and decriminalizes marijuana, 1996 Proposition 215 created by Dennis Peron (56%) California Safe and Health Code 11362.5 - set no limit on plants then amended county by county even though more people voted on this - than for the presidents race and governors (gubernatorial) race combined.
8 oz usable; 6 - 12 plants - or 99 from Peter McWilliams et al.
5. Colorado - 2000 Ballot Amendment 20 (54%) 2 oz usable; 6 plants. Fully recreational in 5 counties as of March 2016.
6. Connecticut - 2012 House Bill 5389 2.5 oz
7. DC - 2010 Amendment Act B18-622 (13-0 vote) 2 oz dried;
8. Delaware - 2011 Senate Bill 17 (27-14 H, 17-4 S) 6 oz usable
9. Florida - 2016 legalizes medical marijuana
10. Hawaii - 2000 Senate Bill 862 4 oz usable; 7 plants
11. Illinois- 2013 House Bill 1 2.5 ounces of usable cannabis
12. Maine - 2016 legalizes marijuana 1999 Ballot Question 2 (61%) 2.5 oz usable; 6 plants
13. Maryland - 2014 House Bill 881 (125-11 H; 44-2 S) 30-day
14. Massachusetts - 2016 legalizes recreational marijuana 2012 Ballot Question 3 (63%) (10 oz)
15. Michigan - 2008 Proposal 1 (63%) 2.5 oz usable; 12 plants
16. Minnesota - 2014 Senate Bill 2470 (46-16 S; 89-40 H)
17. Montana - 2004 Initiative 148 (62%)1 oz usable; 4-16 plants
18. Nevada - 2016 legalizes marijuana 2000 Ballot Question 9 (65%) 2.5 oz usable; 12 plants
19. New Hampshire - 2013 House Bill 573 2oz.
20. New Jersey - 2010Senate Bill 119 (2 oz usable
21. New Mexico - 2007 Senate Bill 523 By Gov. Bill Richardson
6 oz usable; 16 plants (4 mature, 12 immature)
22. New York - 2014 Assembly Bill 6357 (117-13 A; 49-10 S) 30 day
23. North Dakota - 2016 legalises medical marijuana
24. Oregon - 1998 Ballot Measure 67 (55%)
25 oz usable; 24 plants (6 mature, 18 immature)
26. Rhode Island - 2006 Senate Bill 0710 2.5 oz usable; 12 plants
27. Texas - 2016 passed a bill for oil that can be used by epilepsy patients
28. Vermont - 2004 Senate Bill 76 HB 645 2 oz usable; 9 plants
29. Washington - 1998 Initiative 692 (59%) 24 oz usable; 15 plants

46% of the United States recognizes Medical Marijuana as of March 2016. Over 23 Legal Medical Marijuana States and DC. (details about each state are attached below.) This peaceful plant will account for about 750,000 arrests this year, and prove that this nation is not free, and does not "trust in god". Funny as "In God We Trust" is on our money. The laws that question this plant, question the Bible, Bhagavad Gita, Torah, and Quran, and are therefore "pure blasphemy" from the faiths that "believe in god". Anything that questions god's work, is the very definition of blasphemy itself. Our politicians that have opened this door, to questioning god, should be immediately arrested and thrown in jail for upholding darkness, defying freedom, enforcing tyranny, slavery, prison, jail, and we have all paid the price for it my country men, by letting this darkness in, it has taken out our light.  Our paid political bastards, run their con game, and the nation is sick of Hillary Clinton. That is why we voted for Trump as Hillary was paid for by big pharmaceutical companies.  Remember the Drug Czar the Clinton's had? Gen Barry McCaffree, who killed Peter McWilliams and threw Todd McCormick a cancer patient in prison after we legalizised it?  We have come a long way, and people have paid the price for it, some with their lives.  As Peter died and Todd did years in federal prison.   Perhaps we can project or manifest some sort of world wide realization that we are all the children of god.  Now, that we are the clear majority, it is time to make a change. But as Jack Herer the Emperor said "it has got to start with you!"

Chris Sanders
editor in chief
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