Bringing any type of drug into or out of a country is illegal in most places, so don’t bring them with you when traveling (or at least make sure it’s legal first).
Driving under influence of drugs is also illegal in most places, and for good reason. Do not drive under influence to avoid any problems.
Many places do not allow the use of drugs in public, even when they are legalized for recreational use. Make sure it is legal before lighting a joint in a public place.
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Cannabis Business Times - 7 hours ago
Thirty-one states, Washington, D.C. and the U.S. territories of Guam and Puerto Rico have enacted legislation specific to the physician-authorized use of cannabis. Moreover, an estimated 63 million Americans now reside in the nine states where...
Virginia Business Magazine - 1 hour ago
More than half of U.S. states along with Washington, D.C., Guam and Puerto Rico have legalized marijuana for medical purposes, according to the Pew Research Center. Cannabis is still illegal under federal law. Nine states and Washington, D.C....
AL DIA News - 10 hours ago
... and Ivey, who has Puerto Rican heritage, have set out to reduce the stigma deeply ingrained over years of ineffective, costly and hurtful war-on-drug policies. In April, they founded the Diasporic Alliance for Cannabis Opportunities (DACO), and...
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