Medical cannabis in North Dakota
Medical cannabis is legal in North Dakota for patients with a doctor’s recommendation. Patients can possess up to three ounces of cannabis flower sourced from licensed dispensaries, but home grows are not allowed.
North Dakota lawmakers approved minor cannabis reforms in 2019 making it the 25th state to eliminate jail time for low-level cannabis possession.
Recent polling suggests a slight majority of North Dakota residents support legalizing adult-use cannabis. Activists are looking ahead to a 2022 legalization ballot initiative.
In 2021, House lawmakers passed a cannabis legalization bill in an attempt to preempt the voter ballot initiative process, which would likely result in more progressive reforms. That effort, however, later failed in the Senate.
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