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  • Cannabis in Pennsylvania

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    Pennsylvania State Capitol lit in green to celebrate passage of medical marijuana legislation by the state House of Representatives in March, 2016 Smoke-InCannabis in Pennsylvania is illegal for recreational use, but possession of small amounts is decriminalized in a few major cities. Medical usage is permitted.

  • Cannabis in Wyoming

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    Wyoming has some of the strictest marijuana laws in the United States. Cannabis itself is not allowed for medical purposes, but a 2015 law allows limited use of non-psychoactive CBD oil. Possession of under three ounces of cannabis is a misdemeanor that can be punished with up to a year in jail and a $1000 fine; possession of over three ounces is a felony.

  • Cannabis in Oklahoma

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    Cannabis in Oklahoma is now legal for medicinal purposes with a license, and with cited medicinal reasons only. In April, 2015, The Governor signed HB 2154 allowing the Sale of CBD oil with less than .3% THC. Three years later, on June 26, 2018, Oklahoma voters approved State Question 788 legalizing medical marijuana, making it the 30th state to do so. It was approved by popular vote during a primary election in State Question (SQ) 788, not by the usual legislative process. SQ 788 instructed the state to promulgate a regulatory scheme for Marijuana online within 30 days and begin licensing by August 25. 2018. The statewide regulator for marijuana is the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority.

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