Medical Marijuana States: States with Medical Marijuana

Medical marijuana states are increasing all the time.

Sick people are getting tired of staying sick – they want medicine that works not medicine that keeps them sick.

California, Oregon and Washington were the first little group of medical marijuana states that were brave enough to stand up and say ENOUGH!

#1 – California passed Nov. 5, 1996 – 8 oz. usable pot or 18 plants (6 mature)

#2 – Washington passed Nov. 3, 1998 – 24 oz. usable pot or 15 plants

#3 – Oregon passed Nov 3, 1998 – 24 oz. usable pot or 24 plants (6 mature)

These three states started the ball to rolling – and millions of folks are hoping for all the states to join in the programs.

The next group of medical marijuana states to join the programs was:#4 – Alaska – Nov 3, 1998 – 1 oz. usable pot or 6 plants (3 mature)

#5 – Maine – Nov 2, 1998 – 2.5 oz. usable pot or 6 plants

The next group to join the medical marijuana states programs was:#6 – Hawaii – June 14, 2000 – 3 oz. usable pot or 7 plants (3 mature)

#7 – Colorado – Nov. 7, 2000 – 2 oz. usable pot or 6 plants ( 3 mature)

#8 – Nevada – Nov. 7, 2000 – 1 oz. usable pot or 7 plants (3 mature)
Maryland passes a law in 2003 that allows use of medical marijuana defense in court – but never did pass one for a medical marijuana program.

The next group of medical marijuana states to pass into law was:

#9 – Vermont – May 26, 2004 – 2oz. Usable pot or 9 plants (2 mature)

#10 – Montana – Nov. 2, 2004 – 1 oz. usable pot or 6 plants

#11 – Rhode Island – Jan. 3, 2006 – 2.5 usable pot or 12 plants

The next little group of medical marijuana states to join up with the rest of the other 11 was:#12 – New Mexico – April 12, 2007 – 6 oz. usable pot or 16 plants (4 mature)

#13 – Michigan – Nov. 4,2008 – 2.5 0z usable pot or 12 plants

In July of 2010 the District of Columbia passed medical marijuana laws but the patient couldn’t use the law because the law was that the patient had to get the medicine from a state dispensary – and there was none.

The most resent states to join the medical marijuana states were:#14 – New Jersey – Jan 18, 2010 – 2 oz. usable pot – plants not allowed at all

#15 – Arizona – Nov 2, 2010 – 2.5 oz. usable pot – 12 plants#16 – Delaware – May 13, 2011 – 6 oz. usable pot through caregiverReciprocity (permission to use current valid medical marijuana card from another state)

The states below DO allow reciprocity. All others do not.

Arizona, Main, Michigan, Montana, and Rhode Island
The fees charged by the states that sponsor medical marijuana programs are not all the same. Each state sets their own fees. All the way from $25.00 to $150.00 should be expected – renewal fees range from $10.00 to $100.00.

Medical marijuana states require every patient to have a doctor to recommend the use of marijuana.

Marijuana is illegal to use without this doctor recommendation.

Medical marijuana doctors charge from $50.00 to $200.00 for a visit. Yearly evaluations are required.

Proof of residency is necessary to qualify for medical marijuana use – Oregon and Montana will accept out-of-state applications.

The types of illnesses that are allowable are different from state to state, so anyone applying for a card must find out for sure the ailment is covered that the patient is suffering from.

The allowable illnesses are changing even within the states where they started out not being allowed, they are now. The best people to ask is medical marijuana doctors or caregivers – they should keep up to date on these changes.

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