Drug Testing Laws

Nevada Drug And Drug Testing Laws

The recreational use of marijuana in Nevada has been legal since January 1, 2017. A ballot initiative in 2016 did legalize the recreational use. Hence, if you are in Nevada, you are free to engage in recreational use of marijuana. There were attempts in the early years of the century to legalize recreational use of […]

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Nebraska Drug And Drug Testing Laws

Nebraska, despite being adjacent to Colorado, still prohibits the use of marijuana for all purposes, although in 1979, the possessions of marijuana for first offenders, has been decriminalized and reduce to civil infractions with accompanying penalties. Moreover, when Colorado legalized the use of marijuana, Nebraska, together with Oklahoma, asked for the permission of the US […]

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Montana Drug And Drug Testing Laws

The state of Montana still does not permit the recreational use of marijuana, and hence, it is illegal to engage in recreational marijuana within the state. However, the medical use of marijuana has been legal in the state after the ballot initiative of 2004 was approved. This medical marijuana law of 2004 was, later on, […]

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Mississippi Drug And Drug Testing Laws

The state of Mississippi still considers the possession, sale, and recreational use of marijuana illegal. However, since 2008, the possession of marijuana in small amount, i.e., not more than 30 grams, has been partially decriminalized for first-time offenders. So, if you are travelling through Mississippi, it is important to know the state’s laws and regulations. […]

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Minnesota Drug And Drug Testing Laws

Minnesota did decriminalize possession of small amount of marijuana in 1976, but there seemed to be some confusions on the wordings of that previous statute, in which the small amount is not more than 42.5 g or less, and the wordings however didn’t apply to resinous form of cannabis. Hence, based on the 1976 statute, […]

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Massachusetts Drug And Drug Testing Laws

The Massachusetts Sensible Marijuana Policy Initiative of 2008 has liberalized the state’s laws on marijuana by decriminalizing small amount possession of marijuana within the state. In 2016, voters of the state passed the Massachusetts Marijuana Legalization Initiative which was likewise known as Question 4, and was voted upon, and with the “Yes” votes winning over […]

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Maryland Drug And Drug Testing Laws

Marijuana for recreational use is still illegal in the state of Maryland, though if you are caught with 10 grams or less of cannabis in Maryland, you will not be charged with a crime, for in 2014, Governor Martin O’Malley, had already signed House Bill 881 that decriminalizes possession of 10 grams or less of […]

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Maine Drug And Drug Testing Laws

It is surely wise to know Maine laws and penalties on possession, sale, distribution, and cultivation of controlled substances like marijuana, for this knowledge will surely come in handy for you while in Maine. The Drug laws of Maine are quite clear-cut, and therefore, there will be no excuse if you fail to comply with […]

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Kentucky Drug And Drug Testing Laws

The state of Kentucky, just like many other states, regulates the sale, possession, and distribution of marijuana within the state, and classifies marijuana as a Schedule I substance. This classification refers to substances that have the high likelihood of being abused and do not have any recognizable medical value. If marijuana is classified as such, […]

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Kansas Drug And Drug Testing Laws

Kansas still prohibits the consumption of marijuana for all purposes, and for this reason, if you don’t want to run afoul of Kansas marijuana laws, you should relent from indulging in the use of marijuana when in Kansas. There were attempts in the Legislative body of Kansas to legislate laws that would decriminalize the use […]

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