Your state pot law allows for possession of up to one ounce of marijuana for personal use, and up to 4 ounces inside your residence for personal use. You may also own six marijuana plants- three mature and three immature.
In Arizona, the law allows for possession of two and a half ounces. You can also have anywhere between one and twelve plants.
If you live in California, you are entitled to eight ounces of medical marijuana. Plant wise you are permitted to own either six mature or twelve immature plants.
The state of Colorado allows medical marijuana users to possess two ounces of usable marijuana. You can also own marijuana plants- six total, three mature and three immature.
Your state allows medical marijuana patients to receive a one month supply as determined by a medical professional.
District of Columbia
Washington, D.C. residents: you are entitled to up to two ounces of dried marijuana as a patient. The district’s pot laws also allow for other forms of cannabis to be used.
In Delaware, medical marijuana patients have been granted the right to six ounces of medical marijuana for treatment.
In sunny Hawaii, you can have three ounces of usable marijuana as a medical marijuana patient. You are also entitled to own seven plants, of which three can be mature and four can be immature.
According to this state’s pot laws, any medical marijuana user is allowed to have two and a half ounces of cannabis every fourteen days.
Medical cannabis users in the state of Maryland have been given the right to have a one month supply.
If you live in Massachusetts you are able to get a sixty day supply at a time for your medical marijuana needs according to the state pot laws.
In the northern state of Michigan, medical marijuana users have been granted the right to two and a half ounces of usable marijuana. You can also have up to twelve plants at a time.
The state law allows for a thirty day supply of non-smokable medical marijuana.
If you are a medical marijuana patient in Montana, the law allows you to have both usable weed and plants. You can have one ounce of marijuana, four mature plants, and twelve seedlings.
In the state of Nevada, you can have up to one ounce of medical marijuana. According to state law, you can also have up to seven plants, only three of which can be mature, and the other four immature.
If you live in New Hampshire and you are a medical marijuana patient, you are permitted to have two ounces of usable cannabis in a ten day period.
The medical marijuana law in New Jersey states that medical marijuana patients may have up to two ounces of medical marijuana at a time.
In New Mexico, a medical marijuana patient may have up to six ounces of usable marijuana. New Mexico also allows for twelve plants, only four of which can be mature. The other eight must be immature.
In New York, the law allows medical marijuana users to have a month’s supply of non-smokable cannabis.
Twenty-four ounces of usable marijuana and twenty-four plants is what Oregon’s medical marijuana law permits qualifying patients. Of the twenty-four plants, only six can be mature.
The state of Rhode Island, according to the state pot law, allows for two and a half ounces of marijuana plus twelve plants for medical marijuana patients.
The state law in Vermont permits medical cannabis users to possess up to two ounces of usable marijuana and nine plants. Two can be mature.
The pot law in the state of Washington states that medical marijuana patients may have twenty-four ounces of usable marijuana as well as fifteen plants.
This list addresses medical marijuana laws only. Rules and regulations for recreational use of marijuana may vary, so please be advised.