• Texas
  • Medical use: Illegal
  • Recreational: No

Texas is one of the states that's coming around to the idea of medical marijuana slowly but surely. For now, weed is still completely illegal and not decriminalized. It has a very limited medical program, but it only offers hemp products that contain less than 1% THC. Recently, though, they began allowing hemp-derived edibles to contain more THC, so things may change soon. Other forms of marijuana consumption, such as smoking, vaping, and edibles, remain illegal. Possession of marijuana up to two ounces is considered a Class B misdemeanor under Texas law, and getting caught will incur fines or jail time.

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