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Which states allow out-of-state patients to buy medical marijuana?

March 1, 2021 05:15 pm ET
Which states allow out-of-state patients to buy medical marijuana?

This blog was originally written by Anthony Dutcher but has been updated with new information as states continue to change their regulations nationwide.


Looking to find your medical cannabis in a state that hasn’t yet legalized it? It may be tempting to drive across neighboring state lines with more cannabis-friendly laws. However, the number of states that will authorize qualified patients from out-of-state medical marijuana programs is still relatively small. 

  1. Which States Accept Out-of-State MMJ Cards?
  2. States That Allow Medical Marijuana Reciprocity
  3. States Without MMJ Reciprocity
  4. States That Won the Vote in 2020 for Medical or Recreational Marijuana Use
  5. States Where Medical and Recreational Marijuana is Illegal
  6. Medical Marijuana Reciprocity FAQ

That doesn’t mean you can’t access a green state’s medical marijuana programs, though. Many places will either permit patients access to dispensaries and/or permit medical cannabis possession within a reasonable amount. Cannabis laws are constantly changing across the country, and it’s refreshing to see that the list of cannabis-friendly states is steadily growing! Let’s take a look at which US states that have a reciprocity program for guests that are cannabis patients.

Which States Accept Out-of-State MMJ Cards?

As different levels of cannabis legalization grow across the country, it’s important to know what you’re looking for in terms of out-of-state cannabis consumption. There are basically two levels of legalized cannabis: medical and recreational. Some states with recreational use may be willing to sell recreational cannabis to out-of-state patients with medical marijuana cards, while others may allow you to visit medical dispensaries. (Not all states have differences between medical and recreational cannabis for sale, though most have different tax rates for medicinal users versus recreational users.) 

The following states currently have medical marijuana programs:

  • Alaska
  • Arizona
  • Arkansas
  • California
  • Colorado
  • Connecticut
  • Delaware
  • District of Columbia
  • Florida
  • Hawaii
  • Illinois
  • Louisiana
  • Maine
  • Maryland
  • Massachusetts
  • Michigan
  • Minnesota
  • Missouri
  • Montana
  • Nevada
  • New Hampshire
  • New Jersey
  • New Mexico
  • New York
  • North Dakota
  • Ohio
  • Oklahoma
  • Oregon
  • Pennsylvania
  • Rhode Island
  • Utah
  • Vermont
  • Washington
  • Washington, D.C.
  • West Virginia

Of those states, these are the ones that currently accept out-of-state MMJ cards in some form or another:

  • Arkansas
  • Hawaii
  • Maine
  • Nevada
  • New Hampshire
  • New Mexico
  • Oklahoma
  • Rhode Island
  • Utah
  • Washington D.C.

States That Allow Medical Marijuana Reciprocity

Just because you have a medical marijuana card, doesn’t mean you can automatically purchase cannabis at a dispensary in a state where it is legal. The following is a list of states that DO have reciprocity laws in place, meaning they will sell you medical marijuana if you have an out-of-state card. 

Alaska

Alaska’s medical marijuana program does not recognize out-of-state MMJ cards. However, it is legal to purchase up to 1 ounce of cannabis for recreational purposes.

Arizona

Arizona provides limited reciprocity for those who are considered “visiting qualifying patients.” To qualify as a qualifying patient, you need to hold an out-of-state medical cannabis card and live outside of Arizona, or have only lived in Arizona for fewer than 30 days. Qualifying patients must also be licensed in their home state with a condition that meets Arizona’s medical card criteria. These conditions are:

With an approved medical marijuana card in Arizona, every two weeks you can purchase up to 2.5 ounces of cannabis from a dispensary in Arizona – or a designated caregiver.

Recreational cannabis is legal to purchase in Arizona as of 2021, with a possession limit of up to 2.5 ounces.

Arkansas

Those with a valid out-of-state medical recommendation and card can legally purchase medical marijuana in Arkansas, provided they fill out a visiting patient form and can provide proof of their out-of-state medical marijuana registration. Visiting patients also need to pay a $50 application fee. If approved, a visiting patient may purchase medical marijuana in Arkansas for a 30-day period, per application.

Qualified registered patients are allowed to purchase up to 2.5 ounces from a dispensary every 14 days.

California

With the passage of Proposition 64, recreational and medical cannabis is now available for anyone 21 or older with a valid government-issued identification. The possession limits are 28.5 grams of cannabis flower and 5 grams of cannabis concentrate.

Colorado

Just like in California, tourists are allowed to buy cannabis if they have valid government-issued identification, and are 21 or older. The possession limits are one ounce for non-resident adults.

More information about Colorado’s marijuana program can be found here.

Illinois

While Illinois does not allow medical marijuana reciprocity, it has legalized recreational cannabis. Unlike many other states, there are some limitations on what out-of-state residents can purchase. Non-residents age 21 and older can have 15 grams of cannabis, 250 mg of infusions, and 2.5 grams of concentrate.

Washington, D.C.

Washington D.C. only allows reciprocity from certain states that have an equally functioning medical marijuana program. These states include:

  • Colorado
  • Connecticut
  • Delaware
  • Florida
  • Hawaii
  • Illinois
  • Maine
  • Maryland
  • Massachusetts
  • Michigan
  • Montana
  • New Hampshire
  • New Jersey
  • North Dakota
  • Ohio
  • Oregon
  • Pennsylvania
  • Rhode Island
  • Virginia
  • Washington

While cannabis is decriminalized and is legal for recreational use, only authorized MMJ patients are able to purchase from dispensaries. Current marijuana laws prohibit the retail sale of cannabis in D.C. 

If your state is not on the aforementioned list, you can still bring your medicine as long as you keep a minimum on your person. You can legally possess up to 2 ounces of cannabis flower for personal use while concentrates and hashish remain illegal. If you visit D.C., be absolutely sure you avoid consuming cannabis on federal land and stick to using it only on private property.

More information about DC’s marijuana program can be found here.

Maine

In Maine, adults that are at least 21 years old can possess and use marijuana. While retail sites were thought to be open to the public by 2018, the deadline seems to have been set back. Nonetheless, adults can still possess up to 2.5 ounces of cannabis flower and 5 grams of hashish or concentrates. Medical marijuana patients from certain states can use their patient status to purchase at any of Maine’s medical dispensaries with proper identification. Maine will currently honor qualified patients from the following states:

  • Alaska
  • Arizona
  • Arkansas
  • California
  • Connecticut
  • Florida
  • Hawaii
  • Illinois
  • Iowa
  • Maryland
  • Michigan
  • Minnesota
  • Montana
  • Nevada
  • New Hampshire
  • New Jersey
  • New Mexico
  • New York
  • North Dakota
  • Oklahoma
  • Oregon
  • Rhode Island
  • Vermont
  • Washington
  • Washington, DC.

More information about Maine’s marijuana program can be found here.

Massachusetts

In Massachusetts, all adults over the age of 21 are legally allowed to use cannabis for recreational or medicinal purposes. The possession limits are a maximum of 1 ounce of cannabis flower and 5 grams of cannabis concentrate for adults with valid government-issued identification.

Michigan

Michigan’s dispensaries can choose whether or not they will recognize an out-of-state medical marijuana card. However, Michigan legalized recreational cannabis in 2018. Adults that are at least 21 years old are legally permitted to possess up to 2.5 ounces of cannabis flower or 15 grams of concentrates. Dispensaries for medical marijuana are accessible throughout the state. 

Montana

Montana is considered to have reciprocity with other states, allowing medical cardholders from out-of-state to possess and consume marijuana while visiting. However, until 2021, no states bordering Montana had legalized medical marijuana, making it illegal to bring your own cannabis into the state. South Dakota recently legalized cannabis, so this may change in the future. 

As of January 1, 2021, recreational marijuana is legal in Montana. Those age 21 and older are allowed to possess, use, and grow up to 1 ounce of marijuana. Retail sales should begin in 2022. 

Nevada

Recreational marijuana became legal in Nevada in 2017, allowing adults 21 and older to purchase and consume cannabis for personal use. Previously, Nevada had legalized medical marijuana in 2000, and Nevada had reciprocity with all states. 

For recreational use, adults 21 years and older can legally possess up to 1 ounce (28 grams) of cannabis edibles, flower, or topicals, and 3.5 grams of marijuana concentrates. Medical cannabis patients and caregivers can possess up to 2.5 ounces of edibles, flower, concentrates, or topicals per two-week period. 

New Hampshire

In New Hampshire, medical marijuana patients from out of state are allowed to possess up to 2 ounces of usable cannabis, but are not permitted to purchase from local dispensaries. The patient must also have the same qualifying medical conditions that are listed in New Hampshire’s medical marijuana program.

New Jersey

New Jersey recognizes all other states’ medical marijuana cards. Those who are registered under their home state’s medical marijuana programs can receive reciprocity under New Jersey’s cannabis program for up to six months while they are visiting. Out-of-state medical marijuana patients may also be able to get certified by a New Jersey doctor. Patients are allowed to possess up to 3 ounces of cannabis flower. 

New Jersey also recently legalized recreational cannabis. 

Oklahoma

Yes! Oklahoma recognizes out-of-state cannabis cards. In the Sooner State, out-of-state medical marijuana patients are able to purchase from dispensaries after applying for a temporary license. The temporary license costs $100, takes about 2 weeks to process, and is valid for 30 days with the ability to be renewed. If  approved, patients can possess:

  • Up to eight ounces of marijuana at home
  • Up to three ounces of marijuana on their person
  • Up to one ounce of concentrated marijuana
  • Up to 72 ounces of edible marijuana

Oregon

Oregon does not recognize out-of-state medical marijuana cards. However, recreational marijuana is legal in the state. Anyone over 21 can purchase cannabis. The possession limits are of one ounce of cannabis flower, 16 ounces of solid infused edibles, 72 ounces of infused liquid, 1 ounce of cannabis concentrates and 16 ounces of cannabis topicals.

Rhode Island

As long as patients bring their physical medical marijuana card with a government-issued ID card from the same state, visiting patients can have access to dispensaries in Rhode Island. Out-of-state patients are also permitted to possess the same amount of medical marijuana as in-state patients. The possession limits are 2.5 ounces of usable cannabis.

Vermont

Since Vermont legalized cannabis for recreational use in 2018, adults over 21 are permitted to carry up to 1 ounce of cannabis. Commercial dispensaries are currently unavailable and only Vermont residents who participate in the state’s MMP are permitted to purchase from state-licensed medical dispensaries.

Utah

Like other state’s on this list, Utah requires patients to meet one of its own qualifying conditions in order to extend reciprocity. Those qualifying conditions include:

  • Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS)
  • Alzheimer’s Disease
  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
  • Autism
  • Cachexia
  • Cancer
  • Crohn’s Disease
  • Debilitating Seizures
  • Epilepsy
  • Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)
  • Multiple Sclerosis Or Persistent And Debilitating Muscle Spasms
  • Ulcerative Colitis
  • A Terminal Illness When the Patient’s Life Expectancy Is Less Than Six Months
  • A Condition Resulting In the Individual Receiving Hospice Care
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) 
  • Persistent Nausea That Is Not Significantly Responsive To Traditional Treatment, Except For Nausea Related To:
    • Pregnancy
    • Cannabis-Induced Cyclical Vomiting Syndrome
    • Cannabinoid Hyperemesis Syndrome
  • A Rare Condition Or Disease That Affects Less Than 200,000 Individuals In The U.S., As Defined In Federal Law, and That Is Not Adequately Managed Despite Treatment Attempts Using Conventional Medications (Other Than Opioids Or Opiates) Or Physical Interventions
  • Pain Lasting Longer Than Two Weeks That Is Not Adequately Managed, In The Qualified Medical Provider’s Opinion, Despite Treatment Attempts Using Conventional Medications Other Than Opioids Or Opiates Or Physical Interventions
  • A Condition That The Compassionate Use Board Approves (Once Established) On A Case-By-Case Base

Washington

Washington state legalized cannabis for recreational use. All adults that are at least 21 years old are able to purchase cannabis at retail sites across the state. The law allows for adults to possess up to 1 ounce of cannabis flower, 16 ounces of infused edibles, 72 ounces of infused liquids, or 7 grams of concentrates.

States Without MMJ Reciprocity

While medical marijuana may be legal in these states, they do not serve out-of-state patients. 

Georgia

While Georgia has legalized medical marijuana, there is still no avenue to legally purchase cannabis. 

Hawaii

Hawaii does not recognize out-of-state medical marijuana cardholders, but does allow out-of-state residents to apply for their own program. Those with serious or terminal conditions can get their applications fast-tracked.

Minnesota

Minnesota does not recognize out-of-state medical marijuana cards. Possession of less than 42.5 grams (1.5 ounces) of cannabis is considered a petty misdemeanor. First-time offenders may be ordered to attend drug rehab, though the law does allow a fine of up to $300.

Missouri

State medical marijuana laws do not allow a patient with an out-of-state medical cannabis card or certification to possess medical marijuana in Missouri.

New York

New York does not recognize out-of-state medical marijuana cards or certificates and recreational use is not legal. One interesting tidbit for qualifying patients: vaporizing marijuana is illegal in any area where smoking is prohibited. 

Ohio

Ohio does not extend reciprocity with its medical marijuana program. For those who aren’t registered with the state’s Medical Marijuana Control Program, possession of less than 100 grams (3.5 ounces) of cannabis is considered a minor misdemeanor punishable by a fine of up to $150. 

Virginia

Virginia does not recognize out-of-state medical marijuana patients. The state did decriminalize marijuana in 2020. Now, the maximum penalty for possessing up to 1 ounce of marijuana is a $25 fine, with no arrest or criminal record imposed.  

Pennsylvania

While Pennsylvania legalized cannabis for medicinal use, its state laws are still fairly strict. Out-of-state medical marijuana patients that were minors used to be able to obtain cannabis in Pennsylvania; however, that law appears to have been recently rescinded.

West Virginia

Per the state regulations, only terminally ill cancer patients in states that have comparable medical cannabis programs may use and make lawful purchases in West Virginia. Please contact the state authorities to confirm which states have a reciprocating agreement with West Virginia.

States That Won the Vote in 2020 for Medical or Recreational Marijuana Use

In November 2020, cannabis was the real winner of the election. Four states voted to legalize marijuana: Arizona, New Jersey, Montana, and South Dakota. Additionally, Mississippi approved medical marijuana. Here are what’s expected from these states.

Arizona

Arizona has already rolled out recreational sales for all individuals over the age of 21. 

Mississippi

Mississippi leaders are currently working to establish production, regulation and licensing structures in time for the target date of August 15, 2021. Initiative 65 requires that regulations for all aspects of the program, including production and licensing for sale, must be in place by July 1, 2021.

Montana

As of January 1, 2021, Montana residents age 21 and older are allowed to possess, use, and grow up to 1 ounce of marijuana. It is unclear when recreational retail sales will begin. 

New Jersey

As of January 1, 2021, recreational marijuana is legal in New Jersey to adults 21 and older. Recreational sales are not yet legal. 

South Dakota

Starting July 1, 2021, adults 21 and older will be able to possess 1 ounce of cannabis with no more than 8 grams of that being concentrate. They will also be able to grow three plants and possess the harvest if there are no retailers in their area. Registered patients will be able to possess up to 3 ounces of cannabis and six plants.

Texas

While Texas does have legal medical marijuana, it is considered one of the strictest laws of its kind. To qualify to receive medical marijuana in Texas, the Compassionate Use Act states that you must be a permanent resident of the state and suffer from “intractable epilepsy.” There are no other qualifying conditions. For those who do qualify, only cannabis products that contain 0.5% THC or less, and no less than 10% cannabidiol, or CBD, are legal. 

Wisconsin

Wisconsin has CBD-only medical marijuana provisions. 

States Where Medical and Recreational Marijuana is Illegal

In the following states, no version of marijuana is legal:

  • Alabama
  • Idaho
  • Indiana
  • Iowa
  • Kansas
  • Kentucky
  • Nebraska
  • North Carolina
  • Tennessee
  • Wyoming

Medical Marijuana Reciprocity FAQ

Can You Get a Medical Card if You Don’t Live in That State?

This varies widely by state, but usually, the answer is no. One exception is Hawaii, which allows you to apply for their program in lieu of reciprocity. 

Dispensaries that Accept Out-of-State IDs

For all the states listed above, dispensaries should accept out-of-state IDs. Happy shopping!

Does California Accept Out-of-State MMJ Cards?

While California did not accept out-of-state MMJ cards, the point is moot since they legalized recreational cannabis. 

If you have questions about obtaining a medical card, Veriheal makes the process simple and quick. Sign up today to speak with an mmj doctor through our online platform. 

Post Your Comments

Da Dude says:

April 18, 2019 at 6:06 am

What about Florida?

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Juliette Cowall says:

August 27, 2019 at 8:24 pm

What about Maryland?

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locked in a tower says:

January 22, 2020 at 12:55 pm

Living in South Carolina is like living in the DARK ages!!!

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Paula Jones says:

May 25, 2020 at 8:02 pm

Need to update this with Virginia’s changes

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Pam says:

June 28, 2021 at 8:02 am

Hello!
My name is Pam, I am 71yo & live in chronic pain!
I also live in the state of Alabama! As of May 2021 Al has legalized purchase of MMj!
This site isn’t helping me because when I put my Al zipcode in it ends there. Nor can I find a Mmj Dr because the same issue has occurred! How often is this site updated?
I just wanted to inform someone to report that Al is now legal for Mmj!
Thx once again for your time!

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Lo says:

June 28, 2021 at 9:00 am

Hi Pam! This site is indeed updated. However, we do not service Alabama quite yet. If you sign up for our newsletter (at the bottom of our site), we will notify you once we have doctors operating in Alabama. I hope that helps! 🙂

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blue says:

September 3, 2021 at 3:14 pm

Pam ran across this article a bit ago. Seems like state dragging feet as much as possible with expected dated of 2022.
https://tinyurl.com/yk4z7fg2 g.l.

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Phillip Dutcher says:

May 29, 2020 at 4:26 pm

Now @ Utah, has Medical Marijuana. Can I purchase Marijuana, threw You?

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cannabidiol oil says:

October 15, 2020 at 9:08 am

Good on you for sharing.

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maddy says:

January 23, 2021 at 12:30 pm

If I have my Medical Marijuana card in New Jersey would I be able to use it in North Carolina? I just recently moved to North Carolina and am trying to find a job but I’ve had my medical marijuana card for a while now in Jersey but I’m stuck because am I not gonna be able to use my medical marijuana card? Also when I get drug tested and I fail, would my card cover that? I need help!

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Michelle Catapang says:

March 10, 2021 at 10:48 pm

Nice content! This can be a good reference.

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Marcia says:

March 12, 2021 at 1:45 pm

I am moving to Ohio and what do I need to do cause I applied for West Virginia medical marijuana card how do I get it transferred or something

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Pattie Williams says:

April 8, 2021 at 10:53 pm

I have a pa medical marijuana card . Can I use it at a Florida dispensary?

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Mary says:

May 24, 2021 at 6:45 pm

So in California I can mail order with a Texas DL and a Texas medical card for marijuana use?

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Lo says:

May 24, 2021 at 7:03 pm

No. Across the board, it is 100% illegal to ship cannabis through the mail or even move it across state lines. However, if you were to go to California, you would be able to purchase from dispensaries with your DL and card.

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Denise Holcomb says:

June 20, 2021 at 4:36 pm

Iowa has legalized medical marijuana but only offer pills, creams and vape systems

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Quincy Baker says:

June 22, 2021 at 2:46 pm

How can get a medical card but I stay in South Carolina but I travel to places where it’s legal

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Lo says:

June 22, 2021 at 3:08 pm

Since SC doesn’t have a standing medical cannabis program, unfortunately, you won’t be able to use reciprocity anywhere. So, your only choice is to visit states where recreational use is legal. Do note that while it’d be legal for you to partake in a recreational state (assuming you are 21 or older), traveling across state lines with cannabis products is federally illegal.

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Don V. says:

July 5, 2021 at 7:43 pm

Update your article. NY State allows recreational use now so do many other states

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Lo says:

July 6, 2021 at 9:04 am

This article pertains to reciprocating medical programs only. These are completely separate from recreational ones.

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Connor says:

July 8, 2021 at 10:13 am

My NJ card works in puerto rico 🔥

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Michele Stefanik says:

July 13, 2021 at 7:08 pm

North Carolina needs to get with the program. I currentl live in PA and am moving to NC. I suffer horribly with so many auto immune illnesses and am allergic to every pain medication and every other med out there to help totalling over 50 differences ones. The meds the doctors prescribe me have destroyed certain organs of mine. I need marijuana. I can’t smoke it cuz of my asthma but the tincture and topical creams have been a life saver. Now I have to go without and go back to being in extreme pain and bed bound at age 48. This is not fair no way, no how. Try living my life, I’ll give u my health records and u tell me what I should do?????

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Michele Stefanik says:

July 13, 2021 at 7:13 pm

This makes sad. I’m moving to NC soon, I guess I’ll ho back to suffering. I currently live in PA and I’m gonna miss it and being without pain.

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Alli Swenn says:

July 15, 2021 at 12:49 am

Marijuana should be legalized for a variety of reasons. However, I am going to restrict my comments to the legalization of medical maijuana (and/or caniboid oil, etc.)
I was a nurse. I am, now, on Hospice due to liver failure and diverticulitis. Because of my impaired liver, I am not a candidate for surgical intervention for my diverticulitis. Marijuana did not kill my liver. Alcohol (which is legal) did.
Diverticitis is a very debilitating and painful disease. Our (current) Pope just underwent surgery for his diverticitis.
I choose the minimal amount of medication available to me. I do not want to become addicted to opioids. Marijuana is a natural plant coming from the ground. It’s like people who only want to consume hydroponic food.
Marijuana would work for me in a variety of ways. It would help with my appetite. Decrease my nausea while increasing my appetite. Help with the constant, debilitating pain.
Wouldn’t you want this option for yourself, son, daughter, loved ones? We would not be infringing on others. Trust me. If medical maijuana was legalized 99% of us would use it as directed. Not giving it away or selling it.

These days, we have to be compassionate and empathetic to others Those of us pushing for the legalization of this product just want to live out the rest of our lives pain free. Please, consider the option. Respectfully submitted.

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Ashleigh says:

July 29, 2021 at 4:19 pm

I’m on MMJ by my dr and have a card from CT and are going to the OBX I cannot have that to use as my daily medication as my stomach prescribed!

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Aahleigh says:

July 29, 2021 at 4:21 pm

Dr* not stomach sorry

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Angie says:

August 11, 2021 at 9:40 am

What happens if they don’t have an ID of California can you still get your medical card

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Michael Andrew Sakmar says:

August 16, 2021 at 4:34 pm

I have an Ohio MEDICAL MARIJUANA Card and recently visited Las Vegas, NV. They recognized my Ohio MM card and charged me the medical rate instead of the recreational rate. No delivery to hotels/casinos 24/7 curbside service. Was straightforward and reasonably priced.

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Nancy Forsman says:

August 24, 2021 at 5:31 pm

I am fortunate enough to have been born and raised and spent my entire adult life here in Green Washington State . I have severe generalized anxiety disorder along with a list of Physical pain issues. I chose to get rid of my opioids several years ago by using cannabis ( legally now: wow, us old stoners are still thrilled every time we go into a dispensary! Now at 58 years old I’m finally going to meet my biological Mother and tons of accompanying family in Watertown South Dakota. I am terrified of leaving my island. I’m terrified to fly ( luckily we have a long layover in GREEN Denver ) and I’m a basket case at the idea of it all! But super excited too!
Anyways, I need help figuring out how to have my cannabis needs covered while I’m there. I keep reading stuff on line and get more and more confused. If I bring a Wa State Medical Card ( my doc will give me if they even do them anymore lol) will that help? It says they legalized for recreational use so they must have dispensaries? Plz advise.

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Greg pack says:

September 24, 2021 at 2:09 pm

The royal river casino ( a bldg next to casino) honors sales of med marijuana-up to an ounce.flandreau sd-not too far from watertown. Google them and call them, they will tell u what u need

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Kerry says:

August 31, 2021 at 5:58 am

Why isn’t West Virginia on this list?
I received a MM card and wondering why my state is not on the list to purchase at out of state MM dispensaries.

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Lo says:

August 31, 2021 at 10:46 am

West Virginia is a bit tricky. I’ve updated for clarification. Per the state website, reciprocity only covers terminally ill cancer patients from states that WVA has entered into an agreement with.

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Tammy says:

September 15, 2021 at 6:36 pm

I have a medical marijuana card an am a Colorado resident. I will be traveling and staying in Florida for a week. Will I be able to purchase in Florida?

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Tina Bailey says:

September 16, 2021 at 10:15 am

Ky is so behind and could make so much income from taxing marijuana. Some counties still do not sale alcohol here. They are finally becoming fewer as years pass.

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