• Nebraska
  • Medical use: Illegal
  • Recreational: No

In Nebraska, marijuana is completely illegal for both medical and recreational use. However, like North Carolina, the state has decriminalized possession of small amounts of weed. This decriminalization rule has been operating since 1979. Anyone caught with less than 1 ounce of marijuana, regardless of the THC percentage, and for a first offense, can be charged with an infraction, carrying a maximum fine of $300. However, possession of more than an ounce or for repeat offenses can result in jail time and hefty fines. Despite the decriminalization, Nebraska isn't a 4/20-friendly state in the slightest. If you're traveling with more than an ounce of marijuana, you'll want to avoid it.

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