Stay updated on the legal cannabis movement in the U.S.

Cannabis prohibition began 80 years ago when the federal government banned the sale, cultivation, and use of cannabis. While it remains illegal at the federal level, cannabis laws are changing at a rapid pace across all 50 states. At Foli, we believe understanding the fundamentals of cannabis legalization and use are equally as important as knowing how and when to use cannabis. In order to keep up with the ever-changing laws, Foli has provided a breakdown of state by state legalization for Medical Use, Recreational Use and Limited Use. Check below to see the legal Use permitted in your state.

Medical Only Use: Authorized use of medical cannabis for valid, qualified patients to treat symptoms of illness and other conditions.

Medical & Adult Use: Legal sale and consumption of both medicinal and recreational cannabis to anyone over the age of 21 with a valid U.S. or state issued I.D.

Limited Use: Limited access to cannabis products, typically low THC/high CBD products.

Illegal: Sale and consumption of cannabis is NOT permitted.

Medical Use Only
Alaska Missouri
Arizona Montana
Arkansas Nevada
California New Hampshire
Colorado New Jersey
Connecticut New Mexico
Delaware North Dakota
Florida Ohio
Hawaii Oklahoma
Illinois Oregon
Louisiana Pennsylvania
Maine Rhode Island
Maryland Utah
Massachusetts Vermont
Michigan Washington
Minnesota West Virgina
Medical & Recreational Use
Alaska Massachusetts
California Nevada
Colorado Oregon
Maine Vermont
Massachusetts Washington
Limited Use
Alabama South Carolina
Georgia Tennessee
Indiana Texas
Iowa Vermont
Kentucky Virginia
Mississippi Wyoming
North Carolina  
Idaho South Dakota
Kansas Wisconsin