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Cannabis Map

With many states changing their cannabis laws, it’s hard to know what is legal and where. That’s why we decided to compile this detailed map for you, showing medicinal and recreational-purpose cannabis laws and which states haven’t passed laws legalizing cannabis. Some of the states that are labeled as not passing laws, have made exceptions to possession based on a person’s medical condition.

  • Washington
  • Oregon
  • California
  • Nevada
  • Colorado
  • Alaska
  • Maine
  • Massachusetts

  • New Hampshire
  • Vermont
  • New York
  • Rhode Island
  • Connecticut
  • Pennsylvania
  • New Jersey
  • Delaware
  • Maryland
  • Ohio
  • Michigan
  • Illinois
  • Florida
  • Louisiana
  • Arkansas
  • Minnesota
  • North Dakota
  • Montana
  • Arizona
  • New Mexico

  • Idaho
  • Wyoming
  • Utah
  • South Dakota
  • Kansas
  • Oklahoma
  • Nebraska
  • Texas
  • Iowa
  • Missouri
  • Wisconsin
  • Indiana
  • Kentucky
  • Tennessee
  • Alabama
  • Mississippi
  • Georgia
  • North Carolina
  • South Carolina
  • Virginia
  • West Virginia
  • Hawaii

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THC Clone Doctor is proud to announce the Adopt-A-Cannabis-Plant Program where a few lucky participants will win 6 fresh rooted clones. Each winner will be announced on our Facebook page. Updates will be posted throughout their journey. Each winner has our complete support and guidance for a successful grow!

Interested in entering the Adopt-A-Cannabis Plant Program? Fill out the form below and a team member will reach out to you shortly.

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Cannabis Pride All-Nighter

Saturday, June 10, 2017, the THC Clone Doctor joined DCMJ at the Cannabis Pride All-Nighter, a 24 hour vigil in DuPont Circle to support cannabis pride. The vigil was on federal land so cannabis possession or use was not allowed. The mission of this gathering was to demand that Congress lift the Andy Harris rider so we can open up cafes & dispensaries right here in DC and that cannabis users are not treated like second-class citizens. Vendors gathered around DuPont Circle (where it was not federal land). There was lots of foot traffic with the Pride Parade cutting through DuPont Circle heading down New Hampshire towards 14th from 4:30 – 7:30pm. It was a wonderful night to make new like-minded friends, listen to music, dance and demand changes to America’s drug laws.

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Initiative 71: Fact vs. Fiction

Initiative 71 now allows DC residents to smoke cannabis inside their homes legally. You are allowed to carry up to 2 ounces of cannabis in public. Anything over 2 ounces is against the law and you are not allowed to smoke in public spaces.

Speaking of public spaces, with the new legalization of cannabis in the district, a lot of pop-up “private” parties have been happening in DC clubs, bars and restaurants. Even if the event claims it’s private and have a fee to enter, this event is still happening on commercial property, therefore, it is illegal. Granted, not every pop-up party is getting busted, since cannabis isn’t a major issue with the police force, but it is illegal. Only when events are held on private property, i.e. in a residential house, is it legal to consume cannabis. When you are attending private events in households, we urge you to use safety and caution in any place where you are unfamiliar.

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Trump 420 Inauguration

On Friday, January 20, 2017 cannabis enthusiasts from around the country joined together in DC to hand out joints on Inauguration Day, taking full advantage of Initiative-71 rights. DC Cannabis Co-op Club and the THC Clone Doctor organized joint rolling parties, that made over 500 joints to hand out on the capital. Thousands of supporters were standing in line to receive a free joint through a jail cell where a handful of demonstrators were giving them away. Originally, the joint hand-out was supposed to end 30 minutes before Inauguration so demonstrators could smoke their joints while Trump became President. The line was so long, volunteers had to stop it so that the group could march to the capitol. It was a great day to demonstrate the rights that Initiative 71 gave to the residents and visitors of DC.

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Veteran Community Outreach

Veterans should be a well respected class in our community. A good majority of them are injured, whether that be physically or mentally. Many have been prescribed drugs by their doctors, not to help cure their pain but to numb it, cover it and try their best to dull it. Numerous studies have shown that a processed-free food diet and a combination of THC and/or CDB compounds can drastically cure the state of an individual.

A lot of military doctors are completely against cannabis anything. For some patients, one mention of cannabis and their doctor ends their patient-doctor relationship right there. It’s a safe assumption to think that a lot of veterans have military doctors, since most received their healthcare through their career. Pharmaceutical drugs are only one option of many. It’s important to know all of your options. The THC Clone Doctor wants to provide knowledge, resources and ultimately help to all veterans.

If you’re interested in finding out more information on our veteran network, fill out the form below. 

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