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Is your state legal?

Is your state legal?

With so many people moving at this time of the year - and the holidays coming up; we thought it would be a good idea to update your data regarding where you can be safe with your medicine. Laws keep changing in our favor but I'm sure you'll want to be sure to keep up.

This list of current (09/2023) states and classifications can help us all as we move thought these next few months.


Marijuana laws are changing at a rapid pace across all 50 states, making things a bit confusing at times. In order to keep up with the ever-changing laws, DISA has provided this interactive map for information on legalization, medical use, recreational use, and anything in between.

Are you wondering what the marijuana laws are in your state?

This marijuana legalization map clearly defines the laws in each state and remains up-to-date with the latest changes on a monthly basis. It’s important to understand and respect the rules that vary across the U.S. regarding marijuana use, and whether you’re a visiting tourist or a resident the following information will help you steer clear of any misunderstandings or trouble. Scroll over each state to learn more about their individual legalization laws.

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Last Updated: September 1, 2023

  1. State status reflects current laws at the time of update, not pending legislation or future dates upon which marijuana becomes available medicinally or recreationally. States with legislation that has passed but has a future enactment date will be marked with an asterisk *.

  2. CBD oil can be made with or without THC. This chart is specifically referring to CBD Oil with THC as an ingredient. CBD oil with THC is illegal in states marked as "Fully Illegal".

  3. All "statuses" are subject to state limits. E.g., CBD Oil may only be legal to 0.5% THC or marijuana may only be legal to one ounce. Please consult state laws.

Disclaimer: This information is provided for educational purposes only and not as legal advice or opinion. The reader retains full responsibility for the use of the information contained herein. Employers or employees seeking a determination of legal rights should seek the counsel of an attorney or designated official of the applicable regulating agency.

  • Legalized

  • Medical and Decriminalized

  • Medical

  • Decriminalized

  • CBD with THC Only

  • Fully illegal

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