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You are looking to purchase medical marijuana in the Washington DC area then there are a few places that you can try. Metropolitan Wellness Center at 409 8th Street Southeast #201 with a phone number of 202-817-3920 is a good place to start. You could also try the Takoma Wellness Center.
No, the law for marijuana in Illinois is still the same for travelers as it is for the locals. Medical marijuana is only legal for conditions that are qualify under Illinois Medical Marijuana Law. If you have a medical marijuana card from a different state Illinois will not honor out of state cards.
Recreational consumption of Marijuana is still illegal. However, the state has legalized Marijuana for medicinal purposes. Patients must have a debilitating condition such as Cancer, and a doctor must prescribe a medical Marijuana card. On another note, there are 14 cities, Ann Arbor as an example, that have decriminalized Marijuana. This means that while it is still illegal state wide to possess Marijuana for non-medical reasons, these 14 cities will only issue a small fine, not bring charges against you, if you are caught with small amounts.
If you plan in doing marijuana business in Washington, you need a license from the State Liquor and Cannabis Board. Unfortunately they are not accepting applications at this time. There are different licenses for different types of businesses, however, and most of the information is available at http://www.liq.wa.gov. There you can preview the paperwork, fees and other requirements you’ll need.
Oregon Ballot Measure 91 was approved in 2014, legalizing non-medical cultivation and uses of marijuana in Oregon starting July 1, 2015. Marijuana dispensaries in Oregon started selling recreational pot starting OCTOBER 1, 2015 less than a year after the state’s voters passed a bill allowing Oregon to join the two states where recreational pot sales are already legal: Colorado and Washington.
Yes, you can get a DUI if you are caught driving under the influence of marijuana in Illinois, just like any other controlled substance. If the officer believes you are under the influence of marijuana they will administer a field sobriety test which will check and monitor your behaviors. If you fail this test you will be arrested and charged with a DUI or some equivalent. Marijuana is treated roughly the same as alcohol.March 18, 2016 at 2:29 am in reply to: What Are Colorado’s Laws Regarding Marijuana and Minors? #13547
Yes, You must be 21:It’s illegal for people under 21 to buy, have or use retail marijuana.
It’s a felony for anyone to give or sell to, or share marijuana with, anyone under 21.
You must present a valid ID proving you’re 21 or older.
Limits to buying:
Buy retail marijuana only from licensed retail stores.
Colorado residents 21 and older can buy and possess up to 1 ounce of marijuana at a time.
Adults 21 and older with an out-of-state ID can purchase up to a quarter-ounce at a time.
Limits to selling:
Only licensed retailers can sell marijuana products.
Adults 21 or older can give up to 1 ounce of marijuana to another adult 21 or older, but can’t sell marijuana. This includes homegrown product.February 29, 2016 at 2:29 am in reply to: What Are New Hampshire Marijuana Laws For Driving? #13605
New Hampshire law states that any person operating a vehicle while under the influence of a controlled drug is guilty of a DUI. This would include marijuana. Sobriety is determined through a “physical test,” and if an officer determines that a driver is impaired in any way due to a controlled substance, then the driver is guilty of a DUI.
Like weed prices everywhere, the cost of marijuana in Oregon fluctuates depending on the quality and availability of the given marijuana. Prices can range from about $200 an ounce to about $400 an ounce. The price also decreases with volume, becoming cheaper as more quantity is bought, but only to an extent. It’s not like they will keep loading it onto your truck until it’s free.
It is possible to get a DUI in the state of Nevada is you have smoked pot. According to the law, you don’t acutally have to be high at that moment, if you are driving and your blood or urine test positive, you get a DUI. The parameters are you be driving unsafely and “The driver’s urine contains 10 nanograms per ml. of marijuana or 15 nanograms per ml. of marijuana metabolite.” and “The driver’s blood contains 2 nanograms per ml. of marijuana or 5 nanograms per ml. of marijuana metabolite”.