• Oregon
  • Medical use: Legal
  • Recreational: Yes

Oregon was one of the first states to establish a medical marijuana program way back in 1998 with Ballot Measure 67, allowing patients with qualifying conditions to possess up to a whopping 24 ounces of usable marijuana and cultivate up to 24 plants, with no more than six mature at a time. In 2014, Oregon also legalized recreational marijuana, allowing adults over 21 to possess up to one ounce of weed away from home and up to eight ounces at home. Edible products have separate possession limits of 16 ounces for solid forms and 72 ounces for drinkables. Additionally, residents on the rec side can cultivate up to four cannabis plants at home. Just be sure to keep your smoking situated indoors, as Oregon has some pretty strict laws about using weed in public illegally.

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