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Marijuana: Top 10 Strangest Laws About It

Weed laws vary on some states depending on the limitation and application of the marijuana. Like in the states in Colorado and Oregon, which they allow the use of marijuana in recreational purposes. Aside from that in the state of Florida they have a law that allows their citizens to use marijuana for medical purposes. As of now there are currently more than 20 states allowed the use of marijuana, click here to read more about these states.

Bit interested on these states about their weed laws? Here are top 10 weirdest state law about the weed.

No.1 State of Arizona

Arizona is considered to be the most strictest states about their weed laws. Still this is a type of state you don’t want to be caught red-handed or else.

Since medical dispensaries has been approved they’re are already popping everywhere, and if your dreams was to start a dispensary within the state, make sure not to move your business to the other place it is because they will charge you $2500.

No.2 Nevada

In Nevada, all the weed dispensaries are required to follow the Two-font Rule of the state. To make it simple all dispensary owner are only to select either of the two fonts prepared by the state for their signage.

3# South Dakota

Are particular with this, that you can be penalized or punished for using any form of marijuana outside of their state if you are a citizen from them? You can be penalized for a $2000 and a year of imprisonment.

4# Michigan

Back in 1937, the state of Michigan has approved the “Marihuana Tax Act” and even in 2008 they have passed the “Michigan Medical Marihuana Act” without even changing the spelling of the law.

No.5 Washington

In Washington there is a law that prohibits the selling of marijuana near a gasoline station and auto repair shops.

6# Maine

The state of Maine charges up to 7% more on every marijuana edibles because of the “Meal Tax” approved on the state.

7# Connecticut

This state prohibits the use of light bulbs in signage of any dispensaries within them.

8th Delaware

This state only allow their registered dispensaries to advertise their businesses on phone directories.

No.9 Oregon

Dispensary owners are only allowed to use Arial and Times New Roman for their signage.

No10 Massachusetts

In the state of Massachusetts, by the law they prohibit dispensary owners to sell other products in their establishments. Just forget about it, mass advertising, and be focused on one-on-one advertising with your customers.


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