Medical Marijuana in the U.S.
Medical marijuana in the U.S. is gaining traction! As of this article in 2022, 37 states and the District of Columbia all have laws permitting marijuana for medical use, which means great news for those of us who want to smoke pot and meet others who also smoke 420.
The more states that legalize weed for medicinal use, the more states will start legalizing recreational use. It’s a liberating feeling knowing that our country is allowing us to be free to be ourselves and smoke!
States with Legal Medicinal Marijuana are one step closer to becoming legal for recreation and fun. Then it will be even easier for you to meet and connect with others who love to smoke and hookup. Check out our list of U.S. States with legal recreational marijuana.
420 Legalization Medical Purposes
America has historically had people who were opposed to smoking weed and consuming cannabis. While recreational marijuana is becoming more and more popular, the states have been willing to accept and legalize marijuana for medical purposes. Many people smoke and are completely in support of the legalization of medical marijuana. There are countless articles, studies and people pointing to its health benefits and natural properties. Weed is also a great deterrent to other harder, more harmful drugs.
States who have legalized marijuana for recreational use and medicinal use have seen less overdoses and less alcohol-related incidents. It is also widely believed that it is a personal right and should be a personal freedom to decide to smoke weed if you’re a legal adult. The states decide marijuana laws. No matter what your personal feelings are on the subject, some states are moving forward with the legalization of weed and cannabis consumption. In several states, medical-grade marijuana can be prescribed by a doctor to patients. Medical marijuana can help with anything from seizures to nerve pain, glaucoma, or even cancer. Even more healing and medicinal purposes are being discovered at an increasing rate.
U.S. States with Legal Medical Marijuana
The states where medical weed is legal are:
Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Kansas, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, and West Virginia
The only states that have not yet legalized medical marijuana are:
Alabama, Idaho, Nebraska, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Wyoming
Look for more and more states to legalize Medicinal and Recreational Marijuana in the coming years!