• Wyoming
  • Medical use: Illegal
  • Recreational: No

Like Wisconsin, Wyoming is anti-weed and doesn't have medical or recreational marijuana laws, and there are no decriminalization rules for possession or use. Possession of any amount of marijuana is considered a misdemeanor, with penalties ranging from fines to imprisonment. Possession of three ounces or less can result in up to 12 months imprisonment and a fine of up to $1,000. In comparison, possessing more than three ounces is a felony, punishable by up to 5 years imprisonment and a maximum $10,000 fine. Possession of hash and concentrates follows similar laws, with misdemeanor charges for smaller amounts and felony charges for larger quantities. Paraphernalia related to marijuana use is also prohibited, and the delivery of paraphernalia to minors can lead to felony charges.

Additionally, there are enhanced penalties for offenses committed near schools or involving distribution to minors. Moral of the story: don't drive through Wyoming if you have medical or recreational weed from any of the states that surround it. You'll get into trouble.

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