ADULT-USE POSSESSION LIMITS
- Flower: 2 oz
- Concentrate: 8 g
- Edibles: 800 mg THC
- Private Residence: 2 lbs
- Home cultivation is permissible on August 1, 2023. Adults may home cultivate up to 8 plants; no more than 4 may be mature at any one time. Civil penalties may be imposed upon persons who grow plants above these limits.
STATE-LICENSED RETAILERS OPERATIONAL
- Not yet
THC LIMITS ON COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE PRODUCTS
EMPLOYMENT PROTECTIONS FOR OFF-THE-JOB CONSUMPTION
- Yes, existing state law prohibits certain employers from either refusing to hire, or from disciplining existing employees, for their off-the-job use of “lawful consumable products.” The new law now includes cannabis and hemp products among the list of state-defined “lawful consumable products.” By contrast, employees who either possess or use cannabis during work hours, or who are under its influence, can still be sanctioned. Further details are available here.
PROCESS TO EXPUNGE/SEAL PAST CONVICTIONS
- Yes. Regulators will begin the process of automatically reviewing and expunging the records of those eligible for relief on August 1, 2023.
PER SE TRAFFIC SAFETY LIMITS
PENALTIES FOR PUBLIC CONSUMPTION
- State law is largely silent on the issue. Localities can enact local ordinances prohibiting public use.