Missouri voters decided in favor of Amendment 3 legalizing the possession, cultivation, and licensed retail sale of cannabis for those ages 21 and older. Beginning on December 8, 2022, adults are permitted to possess up to three ounces of cannabis and to home-cultivate up to six flowering plants, six immature plants, and six plants under 14 inches for personal use.
ADULT-USE POSSESSION LIMITS
- Flower: 3 oz
- Adults 21 and older can grow up to six flowering marijuana plants, six immature plants, and six plants under 14 inches if they obtain a registration card.
STATE-LICENSED RETAILERS OPERATIONAL
THC LIMITS ON COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE PRODUCTS
EMPLOYMENT PROTECTIONS FOR OFF-THE-JOB CONSUMPTION
PROCESS TO EXPUNGE/SEAL PAST CONVICTIONS
- The law facilitates a process for the automatic review and expungement of certain marijuana convictions by June 8, 2023.
PER SE TRAFFIC SAFETY LIMITS
PENALTIES FOR PUBLIC CONSUMPTION
- Public consumption is explicitly prohibited and a person who smokes marijuana in a public place, other than in an area licensed for such activity by the authorities having jurisdiction over the licensing and/or permitting of said activity, is subject to a civil penalty not exceeding one hundred dollars.
- Department of Public Health and Human Services