where is marijuana legal
When marijuana is legalized for recreational purpose, it means that the area has passed a law allowing for this item to be used in certain places.
Recreational use of Marijuana in the United States was made illegal in 1937 by the Marijuana Tax Act of that same year.
If you live in the United States the federal government prohibits you from growing, owning, obtaining or the smoking of marijuana.
It depends on what state you live in, in some states it is legal and in others it is illegal.
At the moment, in Nov. 2012, only two states have legalized marijuana, Washington state and Colorado. Seventeen states currently allow the medical use of marijuana.
18+ States have been legalized Marijuana. They are:CaliforniaAlaskaOregonWashingtonMaineColoradoHawaiiNevadaMontanaRhode IslandNew MexicoVermontMichiganArizonaNew JerseyDelawareWashington DCConnecticutMassachusetts
Colorado and Washington.
Marijuana is not legalized in the U.S.A. simply for the hazardous effects it has on the human mentality and body.
Marijuana is legal (for medical purposes) in 15 of these United States.
15 have now.
There are only two states that have legalized marijuana and that is Colorado and Washington. They have been made legal for recreation use. There are some states that do allow it for medical purposes such as Maryland.
some of the states have already legalized marijuana and the rest of the country will follow suit
18+ States Legalized Marijuana.AlaskaArizonaCaliforniaColoradoConnecticutDelawareHawaiiMaineMassachusettsMichiganMontanaNevadaNew JerseyNew MexicoOregonRhode IslandVermontWashingtonWashingtonDC
None, unless you have a license. Even then, you can only get a license (And grow) in states that have legalized medical Marijuana and the Marijuana can only supply medical Marijuana dispensaries.
California and Michigan..and ..12 others
Georgia has not legalized marijuana, and there is currently no initiative to. Currently, it is only legalized for medicinal purposes - if a doctor prescribes you medicinal marijuana.