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Are you in a Legal,Medical or deregulated area?

by stick about August 11 - report

For instance we have Medical Marijuanna but it a rouse quite the Joke plus you must give up you're second Ammendment rights..Though the city of Orlando and Daytona has made it a reduced charge without jail if in possesion. $100 fine.

So I'm curious about other places in the US and other countries. Has it gotten better where you are?

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  • 5.199

    BudsofFun 5.199 points - August 11

    I am in a fully illegal state. I've noticed that street prices have dropped substantially. The quality is still mediocre at best. Cops are ball-busters like always. Not much improvement in my neck of the woods, but we're about 20 years behind everyone it feels like. Fear 4 my freedom is a daily concern, but I try to just go on and do what I do. I think we're making progress, It's just slow. Honestly my state would do better if it were just legalized at the federal level.
    • Score: 0
    • BudsofFun
      BudsofFun
      5.199 points -
      August 11

      Very slowly haha

    • SanBoisLee
      SanBoisLee
      7.937 points -
      August 12

      Absolutely! You can't expect authorities to embrace something that is still 100% illegal on the federal level.

    • stick
      stick
      3.617 points -
      August 12

      Thanks BudsofFun this is exactly what I'm looking for..I'm curious about other areas because I live in a dinosaur state that will never be legal in my life time.

    • BudsofFun
      BudsofFun
      5.199 points -
      August 12

      Yeah, mines no better. I'm 28 and not sure if I'll see it in my lifetime.

  • 5.160

    hipoldman 5.160 points - August 11

    In my state, we have Medical Cannabis and Cannabis is also decriminalize up to 3/4 of an oz. We are also surrounded by 2 states where it's 100% Legal.

    • Score: 0
    • stick
      stick
      3.617 points -
      Mon at 2:33 AM

      I bet you have snow ahole deep in the winter,otherwise I'd be there...lol

    • hipoldman
      hipoldman
      5.160 points -
      Tue at 11:05 PM

      Just saw your reply! Sorry man, and yes a shit load of snow and sometimes it gets -30 to -40 at night.

  • 2.085

    greengrower 2.085 points - August 11

    I wish. Someday.
    • Score: 0
    • greengrower
      greengrower
      2.085 points -
      August 11

      We actually have medical but nothing has taken place yet. They are just setting up all the infrastructure

    • hipoldman
      hipoldman
      5.160 points -
      August 11

      It takes time, sometimes too much time! It took my state 2 years after the law was passed before we had our first dispensary!!

    • stick
      stick
      3.617 points -
      Mon at 2:31 AM

      Another sate to pass a law that means nothing...for as long as they can fight implementation

  • 791

    LolliPopCrocker 791 points - August 11

    My state has medical but still in the early phases, talks of decriminalizing but definitely have some time for that to happen.For possession it's anywhere from no jail-15yrs and fines from $100-$15,000Cultivation of any amount is a year and $1000 fine
    • Score: 0
    • hipoldman
      hipoldman
      5.160 points -
      August 11

      You better hide your plants, LolliPopCrocker ;)

    • LolliPopCrocker
      LolliPopCrocker
      791 points -
      August 11

      lol pleading naive doesn't work?! Haha
      I wasn't even expecting those plants to be females so now we trying to figure out the best stealth options.

    • stick
      stick
      3.617 points -
      Mon at 2:30 AM

      I guess its a risk for many of us.

  • 17.649

    harley24 17.649 points - August 12

    I also live in Florida, but i think the decriminalization is up to each county and is not a state law. The medical ammendment here is a joke imo because you can only vape or injest and no smoking at this time. You cannot grow weed either. I will wait until they get things together before i get my medical card. In the meantime i will do as i always have. Peace

    • Score: 0
    • stick
      stick
      3.617 points -
      Mon at 2:35 AM

      The people wanted it so we voted it in,but the law maker are apposed so they are doing everything they can to take as long as possible to implement.

  • 16.108

    HomeBrew 16.108 points - August 12

    I'm in Buds territory. Very backwards. They passed a law where you can get a medical card only if you suffer seizures, but it is illegal to buy here still. They encourage you to get it out of state. Right, like they aren't then going to bust you for interstate trafficking. Good law guys.

    • Score: 0
    • stick
      stick
      3.617 points -
      Mon at 2:28 AM

      Sounds as backwards as Florida and their bullshit Medical Law..

  • 144

    Tucker 144 points - August 12

    I'm up in Mass, fully legal here. I am moving to FL soon, gonna have to go underground lol.

    • Score: 0
    • stick
      stick
      3.617 points -
      August 12

      I'm in Florida now but I'd love to live in a legal state.. I can't imagine how wonderful it would be to sit on the porch drinking a cold beer and smoking my Bong without worry of getting busted....I move to Florida when hell freezes over....

  • 269

    Zoot43 269 points - August 12

    In GA it's medical only and it took them a few years to get that passed.  Only a few ailments it's approved for.  The thinking is that they will slowly widen it out to eventually recreational. 

    What I'm looking at is the direction it's moving in.  Ten years ago there were no legal states and now about half are legal for medical and a bunch are recreational. 

    The thing to watch is if the Feds reschedule it to a Schedule III drug.  I think Trump wants that, but Sessions is the roadblock.  If they do reschedule it, that will be an admission that it ain't so bad.  At that point the rest of the states will be like dominoes falling.  I know Uruguay has legalized it for recreational use.  And possibly Mexico. 

    • Score: 0
    • stick
      stick
      3.617 points -
      August 12

      I was growing in the woods in Ellen Wood Ga. when I was 20. That was 40 years ago..

    • stick
      stick
      3.617 points -
      Mon at 2:38 AM

      Ironically my cousin was a big time dealer in the 70's. Now he's in the Ga. government helping to hold up pot progress...Ga. medical is a joke for sure and will likely stay that way for awhile..

    • gbauto
      gbauto
      255 points -
      Tue at 6:19 AM

      I also reside in GA and I honestly feel that the best I can hope for is this : Having the DEA either reschedule or remove cannabis from listing entirely. At least that will allow folks like me access to using cannabis as an adjunct to narcotic pain meds....  more

  • 390

    Gag Halfrunt 390 points - August 12

    for the US i found this

    http://www.governing.com/gov-data/state-marijuana-laws-map-medical-recreational.html

    at my place in europe the biggest problem is getting caught at the wheel. in order to get your driving licence back (after a good year proven "'drug' free" by regular urine tests and a 1000€/$ or something like that fine) you have to pass a psychological test and expert opinion on your "psychological ability to take part in motorized traffic" (since you have been a "drug addict"). hard to achieve without professional training for this so called "idiot-test" and legal advise for another lower four-digit sum.

    as long as you do not get caught with serveral kilos they will not jail you but you pay hefty fines and assets will be confiscated when trafficking is proved in a court of law (possession of everything above say one kilo or so almost automatically means no longer 'own usage' but at least 'intend to sell').

    all that differs widely throughout the EU and even the autonomous regions of spain or the federal states of germany or austria do not have stricly common rules or equal enforcement of such.

    • Score: 0
    • SanBoisLee
      SanBoisLee
      7.937 points -
      August 12

      Sounds like around here where they are not interested in locking anyone up but use it as a good source of revenue.

    • Gag Halfrunt
      Gag Halfrunt
      390 points -
      August 12

      yes, but in the end i think it is a zero-sum game, you have to take into account the enormous amounts that are wasted on policing and criminal prosecution.
      what a even better source of revenue it would be if they would simply tax it.

  • 313

    mr_chas 313 points - August 12

    michigan here u can have 12 plants an i think its 2.5 ozs...been smokin almost 45 years lookin over my shoulder for johny law..(got my card  in 2015)...now that im retired i now can grow my own!

    • Score: 0
    • stick
      stick
      3.617 points -
      Mon at 2:18 AM

      Congrats on growing you're own and not looking over your shoulder..

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