Dispensaries By State

This information is compiled from various external sources and does not constitute legal advice or a statement of law. Always consult your local laws and/or ordinances.

Alaska

Recreational Medical
Legalized for medical and recreational use.

Arizona

Recreational Medical
Medical marijuana is legalized. In November 2010, Arizona legalized medical marijuana when the voters passed Proposition 203 with 50.13% of the vote.

Arkansas

Recreational Medical
Medical use legalized.

California

Recreational Medical
Legal for medical and recreational use.

Colorado

Recreational Medical
Legal for medical and recreational use.

Connecticut

Recreational Medical
Decriminalized (Legal for medical use only).

Delaware

Recreational Medical
Medical use legalized.

District of Columbia

Recreational Medical
Medical marijuana has been legal in Washington D.C. for almost 20 years, and in November 2014, voters in D.C. legalized recreational marijuana for adults 21 and older by passing Initiative 71. The Initiative, also known as the Legalization of Possession of Minimal Amounts of Marijuana for Personal Use Initiative, legalized limited possession and cultivation. It also failed to provision for sales. The legalization does not apply to federal property, which leaves a lot of Washington D.C. excluded from the law.

Florida

Recreational Medical
Legal for medical use.

Hawaii

Recreational Medical
Legal for medical use only.

Illinois

Recreational Medical
Medical use legalized.

Louisiana

Recreational Medical
Medical use legalized.

Maine

Recreational Medical
Legal for medical and recreational use.

Maryland

Recreational Medical
Legal for medical use.

Massachusetts

Recreational Medical
Legal for medical and recreational use.

Michigan

Recreational Medical
2008: legalized medical cannabis

Minnesota

Recreational Medical
Medical use legalized.

Montana

Recreational Medical
Medical use legalized.

Nevada

Recreational Medical
On November 8, 2016, Nevada voters approved Question 2, which legalizes, regulates and taxes recreational marijuana throughout the state and allows adults age 21 or older to possess up to one ounce of marijuana and grow up to six plants beginning on January 1, 2017. On November 7, 2000, Nevada voters approved Question 9, The Nevada Medical Marijuana Act, which allows the use of medical marijuana.

New Hampshire

Recreational Medical
Medical use legalized.

New Jersey

Recreational Medical
Medical use legalized.

New Mexico

Recreational Medical
In April 2007, New Mexico legalized medical marijuana when Governor Bill Richardson signed Senate Bill 523.

North Dakota

Recreational Medical
Medical use legalized.

Ohio

Recreational Medical
Medical use legalized.

Oregon

Recreational Medical
Legal for medical and recreational use.

Pennsylvania

Recreational Medical
Medical use legalized.

Rhode Island

Recreational Medical
Medical use legalized.

Vermont

Recreational Medical
Medical use legalized.

Washington

Recreational Medical
Legal for medical and recreational use.