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This is How You Will Get a Medical Marijuana Card in Kansas
The Status of Cannabis Legalization in Kansas
While states across the nation, starting with Colorado and Washington, have decided to legalize recreational marijuana, Kansas still considers marijuana to be a controlled substance that shouldn’t be used recreationally by its residents. In fact, Kansas doesn’t even have legalized medical marijuana, although about half the states do allow cannabis for medical purposes. In 2014, a compassionate cannabis bill died in a Kansas senate committee, but future reform is possible.
Kansas residents can purchase CBD products either in stores or by ordering from an online vendor. CBD products are legal to possess and buy as long as the product contains zero percent (0%) THC. Individuals can buy CBD products in the form of oils, powders, pills, or lotions. These products are considered herbal supplements.
It is a crime to possess any amount of cannabis with trace amounts of cannabinoids other than CBD. The first violation is a class A misdemeanor, which is punishable by either a fine of up to $2,500 and/or one (1) year in prison. Subsequent offenses are level 4 felonies, punishable up to 26 months in prison with potential fines.
There is no medical marijuana program in Kansas, therefore there is no state regulatory body or registry information.