The New Hampshire medical marijuana laws were passed in 2013. The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services is in charge of the Therapeutic Cannabis Program. Distribution of Medical Marijuana cards did not take place until December 28th of 2015. A significant number debilitating medical conditions qualify for medical marijuana use in New Hampshire.… Read More

Maryland’s medical marijuana program was approved by lawmakers in 2013. The program is not operational yet, and zero patient applications have been accepted thus far. The program is being overseen by the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission which has been receiving criticism from patients and aspiring medical marijuana businesses. Medical marijuana advocates are upset by the… Read More

Connecticut’s Medical Marijuana Law was signed in 2012 and it is now operational with 11,000 registered patients. Similar to New York and New Jersey medical marijuana laws, only patients with sever qualifying medical conditions can gain access to legal marijuana. The state has four licensed medical marijuana growers and has one of the largest lists… Read More

Proposition 215 was passed by California voters in 1996, which made CA the first state in the United States to allow for the medical use of marijuana. The California Department of Health (CDPH) administers the Medical Marijuana Identification Card Program (MMICP). We’ll have a look at the Medical Marijuana Laws in California and show you… Read More

On November 2, 2010, Proposition 203, also known as the Arizona Medical Marijuana act was legalized. It allows AZ residents with specific medical conditions to be treated with certain amounts of marijuana. The Arizona Department of Health Services is in charge of regulating the sale and use of medical cannabis. The Act allows qualified patients… Read More