Update: Interactive Marijuana Legislation Map

Update: Interactive Marijuana Legislation Map

Cannabis Business Times’ online tool continues to help cultivators track state legislation.

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June 5, 2017
CBT Staff
Legislation and regulation News State by State: Indiana State by State: West Virginia

Cannabis Business Times wants to help you stay informed of the U.S. cannabis legislative landscape. While our website and magazine provide content geared toward managing your business, our Interactive Marijuana Legislation Map can help you keep tabs on what’s going on in other states.

Launched in October 2016 as a lead up to the November election, when nine states were voting on cannabis-related ballot measures, the interactive tool has been kept updated to keep cultivators aware of the ever-changing regulatory landscape.

One of those latest changes was in Indiana, were officials voted on and passed a bill legalizing CBD products. While this might not appear to be a huge breakthrough, it was the last state east of the Mississippi river to legalize at least some form of cannabis after West Virginia legalized a full-medical program on April 19.

Today, only four states have no medical cannabis program in their laws: Idaho, South Dakota, Kansas and Nebraska. And while the former decriminalized the possession of small amounts of cannabis, the first three are still jailing people for cannabis possession.

While much progress has been made since the start of this experiment in 1996, much more lies ahead.

So check back in with this tool regularly to quickly keep track of what other states are doing to help make projections about your own business, or to see if a new expansion opportunity is on the horizon.

Teal: Pending legislative changes

Green: Fully legalized

Yellow: Medical only

Purple: CBD only

Blue: Decriminalized without a legal program

Red: No legal program