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Please note that each state has its own restrictions on possessing marijuana lawfully and users should understand and adhere to the rules and regulations that govern their respective city and state.
Users can find information on dispensaries in the following states:

Alaska

Find marijuana dispensaries in Alaska, where Since 2012, residents  21 years of age and older may legally possess up to one ounce of marijuana, grow as many as six marijuana plants in their homes (with no more than three flowering), and possess any additional marijuana produced by those plants. Consumptions is still restricted in public areas and prohibited from being brought onto school property.

Arizona

Find medical marijuana dispensaries in Arizona, where in 2010, voters passed Proposition 203 (the Arizona Medical Marijuana Act), calling on the Arizona Department of Health Services to create a medical marijuana program. It authorized the possession and personal use of up to 2.5 ounces of cannabis for patients with a written recommendation from a qualified physician, for the purpose of alleviating medical symptoms or as a treatment for conditions like cancer, glaucoma, AIDS, Crohn's disease, and Hepatitis C. Recreational use of marijuana, possession with intent to sell, possession or sale of more than 28 grams, and non-medical cultivation of cannabis are still prohibited in Arizona.

British Columbia, Canada

As of 2017, medical use of cannabis has been legalized in Canada, provided it is consumed under the conditions outlined in the Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations (ACMPR) by persons with a valid medical license, which is issued by the department of the government responsible for national public health, called Health Canada. Cultivation is also allowed with proper licensing issued by the same legislative body. Find medical marijuana dispensaries in British Columbia. 

California

On November 8, 2016 California voters approved Proposition 64, also known as the Adult Use of Marijuana Act (AUMA), which legalized possession and use of up to one ounce of cannabis. The new law also permits cultivation of plants for pursonal use with a limit of 6 plants per residence. Use of cannabis in California is restricted to adults 21 years or older. Smoking or consumption is still prohibited in any public place or while driving and cannabis cannot be carried onto school grounds. Look below to find medical marijuana dispensaries in California.

Colorado

If you are an adult 21 years of age or older, you can now legally purchase, possess and transport up to 2 ounce of marijuana in the state of Colorado, with no requirement of state residency. Cannabis has been legal for recreational or medicinal purposes in the state since 2000, however open and public consumption is still prohibited and cannabis users must indulge privately. Review the list below to find marijuana dispensaries in Colorado.

Connecticut

Find medical marijuana dispensaries in Connecticut, a state where medical marijuana laws have been on the books since 2012. Up to 2.5 ources can be purchased with a valid medical recommendation. To qualify, patients must have one of 11 debilitating conditions, which include cancer, Crohn's disease and HIV/AIDS. Since the law went into affect, growers in Connecticut have began cultivating cannabis for medical use in buildings with the exacting standards of pharmaceutical factories. Under the law, patients wishing to receive medical marijuana have to register with the state. The state also decriminalized possession of small amounts of marijuana by non-qualified persons. 

Washington D.C.

Medical marijuana has been legal in Washington D.C. for almost 20 years, and in November 2014, voters in D.C. legalized recreational marijuana for adults 21 and older by passing Initiative 71. The Initiative, also known as the Legalization of Possession of Minimal Amounts of Marijuana for Personal Use Initiative, legalized possession of  up to two ounces of marijuana for personal use and enabled individuals to cultivate up to six cannabis plants (with 3 or fewer being mature) within the individual's principal residence. 

Delaware

The Delaware Medical Marijuana Act allows physicians to authorize the use of medical cannabis to treat symptoms of qualifying conditions. This state also makes provisions for minors under the age of 18 to be treated with cannabis-related products as well. Qualified medical cannabis patients may only possess up to 6 ounces at one time and the state prohibits patients from growing their own plants. Find medical marijuana dispensaries in Delaware.

Florida

On November 8, 2016, Florida voters approved a constitutional amendment to legalize the use of marijuana for medicinal purposes beyond a previous law that limited such use to low-THC cannabis for limited groups of patients. Amendment 2 legalizes access to medical marijuana for patients with debilitating medical conditions, a physician's certification, and a valid ID card. Public use and possession are still prohibited and discreet use is strongly recommended, even among Florida's medical marijuana patients. Look below to find medical marijuana dispensaries in Florida.

Hawaii

Senate Bill 862 was signed into law in 2000 and took effect later that year. It stipulates that eligible patients must obtain a signed physician's statement declaring that medical marijuana would help their "debilitating condition" and that the "potential benefits... would likely outweigh the health risks" of using medical cannabis. The state-run patient registry is mandatory for eligible patients. Qualified patients may possess up to 4 ounces of the plant for personal use. Find medical marijuana dispensaries in Hawaii here.

Illinois

Illinois Governor Pat Quinn signed House Bill 1 into law on Aug. 1, 2013, taking effect on Jan. 1, 2014. The Compassionate Use of Medical Cannabis Pilot Program Act institutes a four-year pilot program for the supply and use of medical marijuana by eligible patients. Patients with a doctor's recommendation must register with the state to participate in the program, which does not permit individual cultivation of cannabis. Find medical marijuana dispensaries in the state of Illinois from the list below.

Louisiana

For decades, the law in Louisiana ostensibly allowed licensed physicians in the state to recommend the use of medical marijuana for certain seriously ill patients, but it wasn't until 2017 that legislation was signed into law to establish a legal framework for medical cannabis. The new law, which is not yet enacted, is expected to provide protections for patients, caregivers, and physicians, in addition to licensing protocols and other regulatory controls. Find medical marijuana dispensaries in Louisiana from the list below.

Massachusetts

In 2012, Massachusetts voters passed a new law legalizing the use of cannabis for medical purposes. The law took effect on January 1st, 2013. This law mandated a state-run registry for patients and issued 35 state licenses for cannabis dispensaries (aka "medical marijuana treatment centers) to operate under a non-profit designation. In addition, the law permitted patients (and designated caregivers) to cultivate a limited amount of cannabis. Find medical marijuana dispensaries in Massachusetts here.

Maryland

Of all the medical merijuana state laws on the books, Maryland may have one of the least accomodating provisions. Senate Bill 502 is Main's version of medical marijuana legislation and it was signed into law in 2003, which established a medical marijuana affirmative defense. To find medical marijuana dispensaries in Maryland review the list below. 

Maine

Find marijuana dispensaries in Maine, where in 1999, voters passed a new law allowing medical marijuana patients to possess and cultivate cannabis with an oral or written "professional opinion" from their physician. The Amendment established a confidential registry and identification program (required for eligible patients). Maine allows visiting qualifying medical marijuana patients with a valid medical marijuana identification to medicate within the state.

Michigan

Find a medical marijuana dispensary in Michigan, where in 2008, votes approved the possession and cultivation of cannabis by patients who obtain written documentation from their physician. Possession and use of up to 2.5 ouces is allowed. Michigan also operates a confidential patient registry and issues identification cards. Visitors to the state with qualifying medical need and valid physician documentation are permitted to medicate within the state. 

Minnesota

The Minnesota legislature passed a bill authorizing the medical use of cannabis by eligible patients. The law authorizes the establishement of eight state-run cannabis dispensaries that beban distribution on July 1, 2015. The law permits users a 20 day supply for personal medical use. Find medical marijuana dispensaries in Minnesota from the list below. 

Montana

Initiative 148 took effect on the day it was passed by voters in 2004. Patients must submit written medical certification by a licensed physician, pay an application fee and fill out an application form in order to become registered and be issued a valid medical marijuana identification card. Current patients must renew their application each year. Montana allows visiting qualifying medical marijuana patients with a valid medical marijuana identification to medicate within the state. 

New Brunswick

Medical marijuana is legal in all of Canada and residents of the province of New Brunswick are eligible to obtain cannabis with a qualifying medical condition and prescription from a licensed doctor.

New Hampshire

House Bill 573 was signed into New Hampshire law on July 23, 2013, legalizing medical use of marijuana in the state. The law also authorized the creation of marijuana production and dispensing facilities. Up to 2 ounces of cannabis is permitted per user per a 10 day period, with a valid medical recommendation. Find medical marijuana dispensaries in New Hampshire here.

New Jersey

Senate Bill 119 was signed into law in 2011 to allow eligible medical patients with a valid physician's recommendation to recieve identification cards upon submitting an application to the state. With proper identification, possession of up to 2 ounces of usable cannabis is permitted per month. Personal cultivation is still prohibited under the current law.

Newfoundland and Labrador

Medical marijuana is legal in all of Canada and residents of the province of Newfoundland and Labrador are eligible to obtain cannabis with a qualifying medical condition and prescription from a licensed doctor.

New Mexico

In 2007, New Mexico signed into law the "Lynn and Erin Compassionate Use Act," which took effect later that year. Under the state's medical marijuana program, possession of up to 6 ounces (more if needed with a special letter from a certifying physician) is permitted, as is cultivation of 12 seedlings and 4 mature plants, with licensed producers allowed to grow up to 150 mature plants at a time. New Mexico maintains a confidential state registry and issues identification cards to qualified patients Patients who are under the age of 18 may qualify for the medical marijuana program with written consent from a parent or guardian, in addition to a physician's recommendation. Find medical marijuana dispensaries in New Mexico.

Nova Scotia

Medical marijuana is legal in all of Canada and residents of the province of Nova Scotia are eligible to obtain cannabis with a qualifying medical condition and prescription from a licensed doctor.

Nevada

Recreational use of cannabis became legal in the state of Nevada on July 1st, 2017, however, it is prohibited in casinos, bars, restaurants, parks, concerts and on any federal property. Homeowners can grow six recreational plants per person, up to 12 plants total, at a home that’s more than 25 miles away from a licensed retail facility. Up to an ounce of cannabis may be possessed in Nevada by anyone over 21 years and older. Smoking in a moving vehicle is one of the prohibited actions and empmloyeers can be reprimanded or fired for testing positive. Find a medical marijuana dispensary in Nevada.

New York

New York enacted the Compassionate Care Act in 2014, which legalizes the medical use of prepared cannabis products by eligible patients. New York state law does not allow the possession or use of whole plant marijuana, but restricts use to pills, oils, tinctures, and other such preparations. The law also requires patients (and caregivers, if applicable) to register with the state in order to access medicine and prohibits cultivation. Find a medical marijuana dispensary in New York.

Ontario, Canada

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau legalized medical marijuana in Canada in 2017 and individuals are permitted to medicate provided that they abide by the rules laid out by Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations (ACMPR) legislature, which is issued by the department of the government overseeing national public health. Under the new law, individuals are also permitted to cultivate cannabis for personal use, provided there are less than 6 plans being grown at a time. Find medical marijuana dispensaries in Ontario.

Oregon

Voters in the state of Oregon passed Measure 67 in 1998, which permitted the posession and use of up to 24 ounces of medical cannabis. Cultivation of up to 18 seedlings and 6 mature plants is also allowed in the state. Eligible patients must obtain a signed recommendation from their physician saying medical marijuana "may mitigate" a given medical condition. A confidential, state-run registry issues identification cards to qualifying patients. Find a medical marijuana dispensary in Oregon.

Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania has only legalized things like vape-pen cartridges, edible cannabis extracts and topical creams for registered patients. It’s known as a “no-smoke” law. Under Pennsylvania’s law, the newly permitted grower/processor operations must also contract with an independent laboratory. These will also be overseen by the Department of Health. In fact, Pennsylvania will be attempting some of the most rigorous lab testing in the country to oversee its medical cannabis program. Find a medical marjiuana dispensary in Pennsylvania.

Qu├ębec

Medical marijuana is legal in all of Canada and residents of the province of Québec are eligible to obtain cannabis with a qualifying medical condition and prescription from a licensed doctor.

Rhode Island

Rhode Island passed the House Bill 6052 in 2006, which allowed patients with a "written certification" from their physician recommending the use of medical cannabis to sign up with the state's confidential registry, which issues identification cards. With these cards, possession of up to 2.5 ounces of usable cannabis as well as the cultivation of up to 12 plants is permissible. Rhode Island also allows visiting and qualifying medical marijuana patients with valid medical identification to medicate in the state. Find a medical marijuana dispensary in Rhode Island. 

Saskatchewan

Medical marijuana is legal in all of Canada and residents of the province of Saskatchewan are eligible to obtain cannabis with a qualifying medical condition and prescription from a licensed doctor.

Vermont

In January 2018, Vermont became the first state to legalize cannabis without a public vote. Governor Phil Scott legalized cannabis with a stroke of his pen, signing into law a bill titled H.511, which legalizes the personal cultivation of no more than two mature marijuana plants and four vegetating plants, and eliminated penalties for possessing less than one ounce of marijuana. Find medical marijuana dispensaries in Vermont.

Washington

The state of Washington permits its residents recreational use of cannabis. Possession and cultivation is allowed and there is no state-run medical marijuana registry. Washington first approved Measure 692 to allow the possession, transportation, and use of cannabis back in 1998. Find marijuana dispensaries in Washington from the list below.