Where Is Marijuana Legal?

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Amir Ghanouni answered

Yes Medical Marijuana is leagal in US. Pennsylvania became the 24th state in the United States to legalize medical marijuana in April 2016. Legal pot has become one of the fastest growing businesses in the United States, according to a cannabis industry report by ArcView Market Research and New Frontier.

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Jhon Larson Profile
Jhon Larson answered
There is no place where marijuana is legal but some places over world where law doesnt work there you can take your weed
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California is the only state in the USA where Marijuana is legal. Here are a list of countries that legalize Marijuana and their laws on weed. Hope this helps.
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5 Countries Where Marijuana is Legal (Almost!)
  
  Marijuana users have always sought legal loopholes in countries where it is illegal to own or smoke it. Many people choose to buy marijuana seeds (which is legal in many places), then grow and smoke their own (which is not!) But every marijuana smoker has probably dreamed at one point or another of living in a country where marijuana is legal - or at least where the "rules" concerning possession are so lax that it is effectively legal.<BR><BR>Most people know about Holland's famously relaxed laws regarding marijuana (which is why it doesn't feature on the list below!) While no other country has achieved such high profile recognition for making marijuana legal, a number of places around the world have quietly relaxed their laws concerning possession for personal use. In most of these countries, possession still remains technically illegal, but penalties are not enforced if you are within certain guidelines - this is known as decriminalisation.<BR><BR>So, if living in a country where marijuana possession isn't punished by the law sounds like heaven, here are five places you should consider emigrating! <BR><BR>Argentina<BR><BR>After a recent court debate about whether or not to punish those who buy and grow marijuana, Argentina has effectively made marijuana legal if it is in small quantities for personal use. A leading judge in Argentina even decided that it was "unconstitutional" to legislate against marijuana possession! Those who buy marijuana seeds and grow their own are also leniently treated, so long as they are growing a small number of plants. The country is also notably supportive of several medical marijuana programs. <BR><BR>Australia<BR><BR>Before you go booking a one way ticket to Sydney, make sure you do your research. Different regions have different rules, but Western Australia, Southern Australia, Tasmania, Victoria and Queensland have all decriminalised marijuana to a certain degree. In Tasmania, Victoria and Queensland, police have taken to "ticketing" those caught with less than 50 grams of marijuana rather than arresting them, and Western and Southern Australia have instituted on the spot fines for minor possession rather than official warnings or arrests. <BR><BR>Belgium<BR><BR>Since 2003, the Belgian government has made the possession and use of marijuana legal under the following conditions:<BR><BR>• The amount possessed is 5 grams or less<BR>• You are over 18<BR>• You do not smoke in the presence of minors<BR>• You do not smoke in public <BR><BR>You can buy marijuana seeds and grow them in Belgium without penalty - however, you are only allowed to own one female plant. The purchase and sale of marijuana is still illegal, but most Belgians simply get their marijuana in Holland.<BR><BR>Colombia<BR><BR>Colombia, has had relaxed laws concerning drug possession for over ten years. Possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana, one gram of cocaine and one gram of heroin is not considered to be illegal, although things may change - recent conservative governments have considered repealing this law to combat Colombia's drug culture. <BR><BR>Nepal<BR><BR>Unlike the other countries on this list, Nepal doesn't have an actual decriminalisation policy towards marijuana - it's rather that the laws they have are hardly ever enforced! Marijuana used to be legal in Nepal, making it a hippy Mecca in the 1960's and early 70's. It has been illegal since 1973 - not that you'd notice. Marijuana is widely available and used, especially by Nepalese holy men. Note that smuggling and growing are punished, but possession and personal use rarely are - if the police catch you smoking they will stop you, but only to collect a small bribe!</P>
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Marijuana users have always sought legal loopholes in countries where it is illegal to own or smoke it. Many people choose to buy marijuana seeds (which is legal in many places), then grow and smoke their own (which is not!) But every marijuana smoker has probably dreamed at one point or another of living in a country where marijuana is legal - or at least where the "rules" concerning possession are so lax that it is effectively legal.

Most people know about Holland's famously relaxed laws regarding marijuana (which is why it doesn't feature on the list below!) While no other country has achieved such high profile recognition for making marijuana legal, a number of places around the world have quietly relaxed their laws concerning possession for personal use. In most of these countries, possession still remains technically illegal, but penalties are not enforced if you are within certain guidelines - this is known as decriminalisation.

So, if living in a country where marijuana possession isn't punished by the law sounds like heaven, here are five places you should consider emigrating!

Argentina

After a recent court debate about whether or not to punish those who buy and grow marijuana, Argentina has effectively made marijuana legal if it is in small quantities for personal use. A leading judge in Argentina even decided that it was "unconstitutional" to legislate against marijuana possession! Those who buy marijuana seeds and grow their own are also leniently treated, so long as they are growing a small number of plants. The country is also notably supportive of several medical marijuana programs.

Australia

Before you go booking a one way ticket to Sydney, make sure you do your research. Different regions have different rules, but Western Australia, Southern Australia, Tasmania, Victoria and Queensland have all decriminalised marijuana to a certain degree. In Tasmania, Victoria and Queensland, police have taken to "ticketing" those caught with less than 50 grams of marijuana rather than arresting them, and Western and Southern Australia have instituted on the spot fines for minor possession rather than official warnings or arrests.

Belgium

Since 2003, the Belgian government has made the possession and use of marijuana legal under the following conditions:

• The amount possessed is 5 grams or less
• You are over 18
• You do not smoke in the presence of minors
• You do not smoke in public

You can buy marijuana seeds and grow them in Belgium without penalty - however, you are only allowed to own one female plant. The purchase and sale of marijuana is still illegal, but most Belgians simply get their marijuana in Holland.

Colombia

Colombia, has had relaxed laws concerning drug possession for over ten years. Possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana, one gram of cocaine and one gram of heroin is not considered to be illegal, although things may change - recent conservative governments have considered repealing this law to combat Colombia's drug culture.

Nepal

Unlike the other countries on this list, Nepal doesn't have an actual decriminalisation policy towards marijuana - it's rather that the laws they have are hardly ever enforced! Marijuana used to be legal in Nepal, making it a hippy Mecca in the 1960's and early 70's. It has been illegal since 1973 - not that you'd notice. Marijuana is widely available and used, especially by Nepalese holy men. Note that smuggling and growing are punished, but possession and personal use rarely are - if the police catch you smoking they will stop you, but only to collect a small bribe!
Reeta Parodi Profile
Reeta Parodi answered

In uk growing the marijuana seeds is legal, here you can get the fresh and matured seeds more and more.

Francisco Pearson Profile

Marijuana has been legalized in the United States due to its medical benefit that can even cure the Cancer. As I am staying in Canada but consumes weed to get rid of unbeatable pain therefore prefer to

buy weed online in Canada. The site is completely legal selling them for medical purpose.

Greg Wright Profile
Greg Wright answered

It's an interesting question because everyone wants to know the exact answer to this question. According to me, These are some countries where marijuana is legal:-

1. Canada.

2. United States(In some states)

3. Australia.

4. Nepal.

Since I am the residency of Canada, where marijuana is legal in all the states. If you want to Buy Marijuana online in Canada then you can take it from the websites who deal with the best quality of marijuana.

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Martin Garret answered

It's fully legalized in Uruguay, in some states of USA, in Canada. Partially it's legal in the Netherlands, Czechia, Georgia, Spain, Portugal, and so on. A lot of places as you see. And it's progressive that it's being spread. Eventually, politicians started noticing its benefits. You can compare positive and negative thoughts on the using of medical cbd oil.

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