Marijuana is not legal in Canada, it is only tolerated if you carry a small amount (less than 3 grams) for personnal use in certain provinces. That being said, the authorities are a lot more relaxed in Canada than in the states about the whole smoking marijuana thing. There is not a crazy war on drugs going on by the governement, they still go out there and catch the producers, growers and sellers, but they are chill if they see you smoke on the street. Most times they'll just tell you to throw it out. There are a lot of policemen who also smoke marijuana when they're off-duty, things are not as controlled with drug tests than in the US.
It is legal to smoke,grow or possess certain amount of weed if you have a licence from the Government.
Even though some states have decriminalized marijuana, it is not legal anywhere in the United States.
There is a federal ban on synthetic marijuana
No, it is not legal to smoke marijuana in Arkansas... Sorry.
In Texas, marijuana is illegal. Maybe one day medical marijuana will be legal and even possibly marijuana in general.
It is ILLEGAL in Canada to grow marijuana, but in most of Canada it is tolerated.
Yes. You need to have a prescription to obtain it.
Synthetic marijuana is strictly prohibited in Canada. It is illegal to own and use it.
No. Not legal anywhere in Canada...yet. (Currently September 2012)
They won't because they can not tax it when they find a way to tax it it will become legal
Industrial marijuana is legal. Marijuana, that can be used for intoxication purposes, is illegal.
Marijuana is legal in some countries like Canada but it's only legal if it's in the right amount or grams. If you exceeded in that said legal grams you'll end up in jail
Medical marijuana is legal with a prescription from your doctor.
Marijuana is not legal in Australia, and driving under the influence of marijuana carries severe penalties.
No it is not legal
Marijuana is not legal in any state but California so far.
it is legal and alot more stronger.