• North Carolina
  • Medical use: Illegal
  • Recreational: No
  • North Carolina
  • Medical use: Illegal
  • Recreational: No

North Carolina, like Nebraska, has decriminalized small amounts of marijuana, reducing sentences from felony offenses to misdemeanors with heavy fines. Possession of less than 1.5 ounces is considered a misdemeanor, while possession of between 1.5 ounces and 10 pounds, or any amount of marijuana resin extract, constitutes a felony. Additionally, possession with intent to sell and/or deliver is also considered a felony offense. Right now, cannabis is completely illegal in North Carolina, but the state is very pro-hemp. You won't find anything cannabis, but hemp dispensaries carrying full-strength products (including smokable flower) per Farm Bill regulations are plentiful.

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