What States Has Legalized Recreational Marijuana

The World Of Recreational Marijuana Smoker’s

Should recreational marijuana be legalized nationally? With growing support for new laws and legislation. It seems the fight for recreational marijuana is just beginning. As states see the benefits to local economies and community there, stance will change. States without recreational or medical marijuana will soon want a piece of this billion dollar industry. Even though marijuana has many health and spiritual benefits, this will not be the deciding factor. I believe the final decision for states to legalize will be for profit. Still, that will leave a lot of opportunities within the cannabis community. We are going to take a look at the six states that has already passed recreational marijuana laws.
1. Alaska

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Alaska marijuana movement gained mainstream acknowledgment when Sharlo Green, announcing live on air that she was supporting recreational marijuana and quitting her job. This was a bold move, but bold moves are needed if change is wanted. Alaska went on to legalize marijuana for all adults 21 and over. Residents are legally allowed to use, possess, and transport up to an ounce.
Alaska has places like the cannabis club aimed at giving people a safe way to purchase their marijuana. Membership grants you access to a large variety of marijuana. Prices of marijuana will vary in different areas.

Alaska Marijuana Prices

Fairbank, Alaska $300 an Ounce High Quality Feb 28, 2017

Wasilla, Alaska $60 a half ounce medium quality Feb 24, 2017

Anchorage, Alaska $40 an eighth medium quality Feb 15, 2017

2. California

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California became the first state to legalize medical marijuana in 1996. In 2016 California made it legal to carry up to an ounce without a prescription.

California has a lot of marijuana friendly activities to do. Including a marijuana friendly bed and breakfast.

California has dispensary like Exhale Med Center. Where users can get a one on one consultation to choose the best strains for there needs.

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Weed Prices In California

Concord, California $40 an eighth medium quality March 13, 2017

Costa Mesa, California $10 a gram medium quality March 13, 2017

Menifee, California $10 a gram medium quality March 13, 2017

3. Colorado

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Colorado became the first state to legalize recreational marijuana in 2012. Legalizing marijuana has brought In millions of dollars for the state. Resident and visitors can purchase up to an ounce of weed.

Colorado Weed Prices

Pueblo, Colorado $100 an ounce medium quality March 11, 2017

Denver, Colorado $10 a gram medium quality March 9, 2017

Colorado Springs, Colorado $120 an ounce medium quality March 9, 2017

Denver Hosted The Cannabis Cup In 2015

4. Main

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Main has made it legal for residents to possess 2.5 ounces of marijuana, this is double the limit in other legal states. Soon residents will be able to shop for bud at local dispensaries.

Main Weed Prices

Gorham, Maine $150 an ounce medium quality March 12, 2017

Belfast, Main $200 a half ounce high quality March 6, 2017

Freeport, Maine $120 a half ounce high quality March 3, 2017

5. Massachusetts

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In Massachusetts residents can now carry a small amount of marijuana on them. Resident are also allowed to grow up to 12 plants. Marijuana retailers should be opening up in 2018.

Weed Prices In Massachusetts

Quincy, Massachusetts $100 a half ounce medium quality March 12, 2017

New Bedford, Massachusetts $300 an ounce high quality March 12, 2017

Boston, Massachusetts $10 a gram medium quality March 11, 2017

6. Nevada

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Nevada legalized recreational marijuana January 1, 2017. This made it legal to posses up to an ounce of marijuana. Nevada aims to open up its first dispensary in 2018.

Nevada Weed Prices

Las Vegas, Nevada $135 an ounce high quality March 9, 2017

Henderson, Nevada $200 an ounce medium quality March 6, 2017

Reno, Nevada $65 5 grams high quality March 3,2017

What states do you think will legalize recreational weed next?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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