• Georgia
  • Medical use: Decriminalized
  • Recreational: No
  • Georgia
  • Medical use: Decriminalized
  • Recreational: No

Georgia's laws are a lot different than other states. While they do technically allow for medical marijuana, they only allow patients with a doctor's note to receive a medical card after paying a $25 fee. The kicker is that they focus mainly on hemp and require that medical cannabis products contain less than 0.3% THC. Qualified patients can possess up to 20 fluid ounces of low-THC oil with a med card.

But aside from the decriminalized use for "medical" patients, marijuana possession for any other purposes remains totally illegal in Georgia, with selling, buying, driving under the influence, and cultivation all prohibited. It's best to avoid weed altogether in this state.

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