How to get a Medical Marijuana Card in all Legal States

Click on the state on the map above to find out state laws.

If you are interested in applying for a medical marijuana card clik on the state hyperlinks listed below:

Alaska

Eligible Conditions in Alaska: (A) chronic pain, cachexia, cancer, glaucoma, positive status for human immunodeficiency virus, or acquired immune deficiency syndrome, or treatment for any of these conditions;

(B) any chronic or debilitating disease or treatment for such diseases, which produces, for a specific patient, one or more of the following, and for which, in the professional opinion of the patient’s physician, such condition or conditions reasonably may be alleviated by the medical use of the marijuana: severe pain; severe nausea; seizures, including those that are characteristic of epilepsy; or persistent muscle spasms, including those that are characteristic or multiple sclerosis; or

(C) any other medical condition, or treatment for such condition, approved by the department, under regulations adopted under AS17.37.060 or approval of a petition submitted under AS17.37.060

Arizona

Eligible Conditions in Arizona: Cancer, Glaucoma, HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C, ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease), Crohn’s disease, Alzheimer’s, Cachexia or wasting syndrome, Severe and chronic pain, Severe nausea, Seizures (including epilepsy), Severe or persistent muscle spasms (including multiple sclerosis).

The patient needs to be diagnosed with a debilitating condition in order to qualify for a medical marijuana card.

California

Eligible Conditions in California:

Anxiety, Severe nausea, Migraine, Chronic pain, Arthritis, Cachexia, Cancer, Glaucoma, Persistent muscle spasms, including spasms associated with multiple sclerosis, AIDS, Anorexia, seizures, including seizures associated with epilepsy and various chronic or persistent medical symptoms that are related to debilitating conditions (chemotherapy side effects, Fibromyalgia, Radiation therapy side-effects).

Colorado

Eligible Conditions in Colorado: Cancer, Glaucoma, HIV or AIDS positive

OR  a chronic or debilitating disease or medical condition that produces, for this patient, one or more of the following and which, in the physician’s professional opinion, may be alleviated by the medical use of marijuana: Cachexia, Severe pain, Severe nausea, Seizures (including those characteristic of epilepsy), Persistent muscle spasms.

If a patient possesses a larger amount of marijuana than is currently allowed, then the patient may state an “affirmative defense of medical necessity”.

Connecticut

Eligible Conditions in Connecticut:

Positive status for human immunodeficiency virus or acquired immune deficiency syndrome [HIV/AIDS], glaucoma, epilepsy, cachexia, wasting syndrome, Parkinson’s disease, Cancer, Crohn’s disease, posttraumatic stress disorder, or… any medical condition, medical treatment or disease approved by the Department of Consumer Protection, multiple sclerosis, damage to the nervous tissue of the spinal cord.

In order to obtain a card, you have to be at least 18 years old and may not have previous felonies or a criminal record.

Delaware:

Eligible Conditions in Delaware: debilitating medical conditions, ALS, decomposed cirrhosis, wasting syndrome, cancer, positive status for human immunodeficiency virus, acquired immune deficiency syndrome, hepatitis C, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, Crohn’s disease, agitation of Alzheimer’s disease, and post-traumatic stress disorder

Important Note: Medical marijuana cards have been issued. However, compassions centers are not open yet.

Hawaii

Eligible Medical Conditions in Hawaii: Cachexia, Cancer, Chronic pain, Crohn’s disease, Epilepsy and other disorders characterized by seizures, Glaucoma, HIV or AIDs, Multiple sclerosis and other disorders characterized by muscle spasticity, Nausea, Other conditions are subject to approval by the Hawaii Department of Health.

Two bills directly related to the revision of Hawaii’s medical marijuana program have been approved on May 2, 2013. For a more detailed overview of the medical marijuana law in Hawaii, please click here.

Maine

Eligible Medical Conditions in Maine: Cancer, Glaucoma, HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C, Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS or Lou Gehrig’s Disease), Crohn’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, Nail-patella syndrome (NPS or TurnerKiser syndrome), Pain that has not responded to ordinary medical or surgical measures for more than 6 months, Cachexia or wasting syndrome, Severe nausea, Seizures, including those characteristic of epilepsy, Severe and persistent muscle spasms, including those characteristic of multiple sclerosis, Any other medical condition approved by the Department of Health and Human Services

A bill has recently been introduced to tax and regulate marijuana in the same manner as alcohol.

Massachusetts

Eligible Medical Conditions in Massachusetts: Crohn’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, Acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS), hepatitis C, Cancer, glaucoma, positive status for human immunodeficiency virus, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), multiple sclerosis and other conditions as determined in writing by a qualifying patient’s physician.”

A detailed list of medical marijuana rules in Massachusetts can be found here. A bill to regulate marijuana like Colorado and Washington is underway.

Maryland

Even though Maryland has passed a medical marijuana bill on May 2, 2013, the regulations are still not implemented. Therefore, you won’t find any official lists of medical marijuana conditions in Maryland. For a more recent update on the developments of medical marijuana in Maryland, please click here.

Michigan

Eligible Conditions in Michigan: Cancer, Glaucoma, Positive status for human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), Acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS), Hepatitis C, Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, Crohn’s disease, Agitation of Alzheimer’s disease, Nail patella

A chronic or debilitating disease or medical condition or its treatment that produces one of more of the following:  cachexia or wasting syndrome; severe and chronic pain; severe nausea; seizures, including but not limited to those caused by epilepsy; or severe or persistent muscle spasms, including but not limited to, those which are characteristic of multiple sclerosis.

Important note: Michigan has a weird non-medical marijuana law that has different penalties for possession and use that could land you a year or two in jail and a fine up to $2,000 so be sure to have your medical marijuana card with you at all times.

Montana

Eligible Medical Conditions in Montana: Cancer, glaucoma, or positive status for human immunodeficiency virus, acquired immune deficiency syndrome, or the treatment of these conditions

A chronic or debilitating disease or medical condition or its treatment that produces one or more of the following: Cachexia or wasting syndrome, Severe or chronic pain, Severe nausea, Seizures, including but not limited to seizures caused by epilepsy, Severe or persistent muscle spasms, including but not limited to spasms caused by multiple sclerosis or Crohn’s disease, painful peripheral neuropathy; A central nervous system disorder resulting in chronic, painful spasticity; Admittance into hospice care.

After 24 dispensaries have been raided in 2011, Montana’s medical marijuana law had to go through some significant changes and as of May 10, 2013, it has been challenged in court.  On October 1st, 2013, a draconian law will be put into effect that allows police officers to fine a medical marijuana patient if the patient is caught DUI.  Needless to say, without marijuana, some patients wouldn’t even make it to the front porch.

Nevada

Eligible Conditions in Nevada: AIDS, Cancer, Glaucoma, Cachexia (wasting disease), Persistent muscle spasms, including spasms caused by multiple sclerosis, Seizures, including seizures caused by epilepsy, Severe nausea, Severe pain, Any other medical condition or treatment for a medical condition that is: (a) Classified as a chronic or debilitating medical condition by regulation of the Division; or (b) Approved as a chronic or debilitating medical condition following an application to the DHSS

Two bills, one for dispensaries and the other for DUI, seem to be making headway after a Nevada judge called the current law ridiculous and absurd.

New Jersey

Eligible Medical Conditions in New Jersey: multiple sclerosis, terminal cancer, muscular dystrophy, or inflammatory bowel disease, including Crohn’s disease, severe or chronic pain, severe nausea or vomiting, cachexia, or wasting syndrome resulting from HIV/AIDS or cancer; Seizure disorder, including epilepsy, intractable skeletal muscular spasticity, glaucoma; amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (Lou Gehrig’s Disease); terminal illness, if the physician has given a prognosis of less than 12 months to live and of course, any life or medical condition that is approved by the Department of Health and Senior Services.

Note: Only doctors registered with the state are allowed to decide which patients are eligible for the New Jersey’s medical marijuana program. As of March 2, 2013, only one dispensary has been opened in NJ.

New Mexico

Eligible Conditions in New Mexico: Severe chronic pain, Painful peripheral neuropathy, Intractable nausea/vomiting, Severe anorexia/cachexia, Hepatitis C infection,  Crohn’s disease, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder,  ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease), Cancer, Glaucoma, Multiple sclerosis, Damage to the nervous tissue of the spinal cord with intractable spasticity, Epilepsy, HIV/AIDS, Hospice patients

Important note: New Mexico is currently reducing fines for marijuana possession and is seriously considering taxing and regulating marijuana. Support this idea and ask your legislators to decriminalize marijuana entirely in 2013.

Oregon

Eligible Conditions in Oregon: Alzheimer’s Agitation, Cancer, Glaucoma, HIV/AIDS, Cachexia (wasting syndrome), Severe Pain, Severe Nausea, Seizures, not limited to Epilepsy; or Persistent Muscle Spasms, not limited to Multiple Sclerosis. If suffering from conditions not stated on the list, contact the Health Division of the Oregon Department of Human Resources for approval.

A Senate Bill (SB) 281 is currently in the works and is specifically concentrated on adding post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) on the list of qualifying conditions in the Oregon Medical Marijuana Program. Oregon is also buzzing with rumors that the end of marijuana prohibition may be near.

Rhode Island

Eligible Conditions in Rhode Island: HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C, or the treatment of the following conditions; A debilitating or chronic disease or medical condition or its treatment that produces cachexia or wasting syndrome; glaucoma, cancer; debilitating, severe, chronic pain; severe nausea; seizures, including but not limited to, those characteristic of epilepsy; or severe and persistent muscle spasms, including but not limited to, those characteristic of multiple sclerosis or Crohn’s disease; or agitation of Alzheimer’s Disease; or any other medical condition or its treatment approved by the state Department of Health.

A bill is currently being discussed in court that would allow taxation and regulation of marijuana and thus end the cannabis prohibition in Rhode Island. Even law enforcement officers are testifying that arresting people for marijuana offenses only averts their attention from the real criminals.

Vermont

Eligible Conditions in Vermont: Cachexia (wasting syndrome), seizures, severe pain, AIDS, HIV, multiple sclerosis, nausea or the treatment of the following conditions if the illness or the treatment that accompanies it is severe, persistent, contains intractable symptom; or a disease, medical condition whose treatment is debilitating, chronic and produces persistent or retractable symptoms such as chronic pain and severe seizures.

It seems that the decriminalization of marijuana in Vermont has been taken seriously and on May 13; The House gave a final nod of approval to the Vermont decriminalization bill.

Washington

Eligible Conditions in Washington State: Cancer, Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), Multiple sclerosis, Epilepsy or other seizure disorder, Spasticity disorders, Intractable pain, (that is pain unrelieved by standard medical treatments and medications), Glaucoma, either acute or chronic (increased intraocular pressure unrelieved by standard treatments and medications), Crohn’s disease with debilitating symptoms unrelieved by standard treatments or medications, Hepatitis C with debilitating nausea or intractable pain unrelieved by standard treatments or medications.

Diseases, including anorexia, resulting in the following symptoms which are unrelieved by standard treatments or medications: Nausea, Vomiting, Wasting, Appetite loss, Cramping, Seizures, Muscle spasms, Spasticity, any other medical condition approved by the Washington state medical quality assurance commission in consultation with the board of osteopathic medicine and surgery.

Important Note: If you’re wondering if the same medical marijuana law still applies even though Washington State legalized marijuana for recreational use, then the answer is – Yes! For a list of frequently asked questions regarding the I-502 measure, please click here.

District of Columbia (Washington DC)

Eligible Conditions in the District of Columbia: Chronic, ongoing, debilitating and other conditions that make it virtually impossible for a patient to function normally throughout the day. HIV, multiple sclerosis, glaucoma, AIDS, cancer, medical conditions that can benefit from the use of marijuana, and side effects stemming from radiotherapy and chemotherapy.

You may also qualify as a medical marijuana patient if you undergo any of the following treatments: the use of azidothymidine or protease inhibitors, any other treatment, as determined by rulemaking, whose side effects require treatment through the administration of medical marijuana in the same manner as a qualifying medical condition.

If you’re in to mood for a discussion on medical marijuana in the U.S. or have additional information on medical marijuana cards, feel free, to check out our medical marijuana forum and join in on the discussion!

With a medical marijuana card in your hands, it is time to determine where to obtain marijuana and we are here to help you do that through our list of medical marijuana dispensaries.

In the meantime, click here for a more general overview of the medical marijuana card registration process. 

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  1. Got my card for just $49 at THC Medical Doctor in San Jose.
    Very professional, legit and has awesome deals on their website!

  2. I started smoking marijuana again after 10yrs. It helped me to relief intense pain. I still suffer with everyday.Now I am looking to purchase it online.It has really lot of benefits….

  3. i suffer from glaucoma and would like to get a card to purchase legal medical marijuana.

  4. I have anger problims i am14 and they have ben roning my life i live in Wi i need medical weed pils do not help me.what do i do?

    • not much as of now you must wait until you are of legal age and if your state hasn’t legalized medical marijuana than you may have to wait longer or move to a state where it has been legalized. i know this isn’t much help but you’ll have to wait a couple years anyways until you are of legal age. in most states they don’t give medical marijuana card for anger issues. its usually for chronic pain or the many diseases, but in California your condition may qualify for they are more lenient about marijuana laws.hope this helped you some and i hope i didnt reply too late!!!!:)

  5. how can i get help for my dying mother whom has lung cancer and lives in stupid wyoming??

  6. I belive we need to step up the legalization process by protesting at our public school and getting most or if you can all the kids to go to school and toke it up while in class to protest in a new way so we can maybe spark a idea to change the current law…

  7. Can of be used to help with high depression. Extreme anxiety and bipolar ?? Help?

  8. I live in SC and I have had 4 back surgeries, I also have non-reverable nerve damage to my left and right arms. I started smoking marijuana again after 10yrs being away form the stuff about 6mos ago. It sure helps me to deal with the intents pain I still suffer with everyday.
    Our goverment just doesn’t get the fact smoking does help a lot of people deal with what they are living with everyday of their lives. I got popped in a random drug screen with the VA last week, and now I have been cut off of any meds to help me. I don’t know what or how I will make it with nothing at all now. Wish they could live with my rain for just 1 hour. They couldn’t do it. Help.

    • I am in the same boat. It seems as if veterans in other states can use it but not us. They would rather keep us on morphine and oxycodone. Singing cum by ya or some shit.

  9. i live in west virginia. i smoke marijuana from time to time…it so does help with my pain…i have had 3 back surgeries, i lost count of injections for the spine, diagnosed with fibromyalgia, looking into another surgery…altho im not sure im going to have it…now im looking at cancer.
    the marijuana i get is of course illegal in wva…and i am so petrified at what i could be possibley buying. so many here in the area where i live lace it with so much other garbage and im afraid to buy it that route anymore. im only 41 and a mother of three…im sick to death of being given all the narcotic pain meds amd other meds.
    i can honestly say that the last few times i got a couple of joints from friends werent bad batches, thank the heavens, but i am looking to purchase online or hopefully come across someone who truely understands the beneficial properties…my quality of life is at rock bottom, and i really want to experiemtn more with the marijuana route…there are no medical clinics in wva and i dont know what else to do…could someone please help me…or lead my in the right direction….
    i want to stop all the other garbage the doctors give me to take…the marijuana really helps allieveate the pain, and i can actually do things…even if its somethimg as simple as laundry, vacuuming, or any other things….i can play with my kids, i can hold them in my lap….please help….i dont know where to start

  10. I live in new jersey what are the guidelines for weed whats acceptable excuses for medical pot cards?

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  13. Before you visit the doctor, make sure you check out his/her license with the medical board and make sure they are legitimate. There are alot of fly by “docs” in this industry. It is simple to do with a google search.

    Best of luck to everyone looking for a doctor

  14. I live in North Arizona and I need help.

    I hurt my back in 2008 by falling of the top of a ladder and have had problems since. Then in 2009 I put my back out trying to help move a popup camper into a garage. I hurt all the time. I have been to a doctor and a chiropractor once each. The doctor just wanted to put me on pills and the chiropractor wanted me to come back on a daily basis for adjustments. He gave me one and it made the pain worse. I do not qualify for state assistance and can not afford insurance costs.

    So, I only go to the doctor if I absolutely have to. That being the case I do not have medical records for three years. Can someone please help me I do not know what to do?

    I do not want to be on pills all my life and I have to be able to function so I can take care of my family. I am desperate.

  15. I will be moving to DC from CA at the end of August 2011. I will not have a doctor & limited insurance when I arrive. I have a note from my doctor and a CA Medical Cannabis Card.

    I would like to know if I can use these to obtain a medical card in DC?

    • Unfortunately no, you cannot use your CA recommendation in Washington D.C. While D.C. does have a program on the books the only distribution system they allow is through city run dispensaries which have only recently (Oct 3rd) been allowed to submit paperwork for consideration.

      I do not believe any doctors are providing recommendations at this time though considering the law (B18-622) has been on the books since 1998 they seem to finally be making some progress with the dispensary applications

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  17. I live in FL and I wish they would bring medicinal cannabis here. However it doesn’t seem likely to ever happen due in part to the drug companies dispensing here.

    Honestly it is probably just as easy here to get oxys roxys percs xanax u name it as it is to get medicinal cannabis where it is legalised. Everywhere you drive there are “pain Management” offices which u basically just go and pay a Dr about $100 and he writes prescriptions for whatever you want. Btw I personally don’t do painkillers but living here at-least 60% of the people I know do.

    It’s sick and with all these old people here they could probably substitute 75% of meds for medicinal, but the drug co. Aren’t about to let that happen.

  18. someone above was asking if you would get in trouble if you had a marijuana card but were caught in a non med state. YOU WILL GET IN TROUBLE. please don’t put yourself in that position. Your card is only valid in the state you got it in. please be careful.

  19. as many have said please know that your medical card is ONLY valid in the state that you get it in. You can no go out of state with it. also please consider healthier methods of smoking like vaporizing. Read vaporizer reviews to learn about them and if you have the money certainly check out a volcano vaporizer review because it is by far the best on the market.

  20. PA really does need to get this. Im hoping to get a license from Delaware but from what I hear you must be a resident for at least 30 days.

  21. I live in va and have many mental problems. Ba enough I get I check for it I shake all the time and have too much energy. I’d like to get a medical card but va is very uptight. Would I need to move to ca for a better chance? My headaches are really bad every day so I’d like some tips if ya got any.

    • look into (neuro cranial restructuring) or (funcional cranial release).

  22. someone above was asking if you would get in trouble if you had a marijuana card but were caught in a non med state. YOU WILL GET IN TROUBLE. please don’t put yourself in that position. Your card is only valid in the state you got it in. please be careful

  23. I love this site, soooo many awesome articles on here! I went searching for a place to get my AZ medical marijuana cards after reading this article. Found a cool service that refers people to docs at http://cannabisdoctorsnetwork.com/medical-marijuana-cards.php. Was wondering if anyone has used a referral service before to find docs in AZ for pot; or if they know of any good docs I can see before I use a service.

  24. i live in illinois. i have severiar degeneration disc deases.cirvical lumbar thoresical. I had laminactomy discecktomy l4-l5.I have numing tingling birning in handes and feet. I am curently on medicear and medicate.i can’t sleep without taking a painkiller.

    It causes me a greeat deal of stree,fear and depression.I tried aeverything for pain. mariwana seemes to take my thougts away from pain plus it seems to me it has some actual fisical relif from pain.i never tryd anythig else in my life before pain and fier acuird.I live in illinois state.how can i obtain ligal mariwana, how and where can i find a doctor who can pryscribe mariwana for pain?

    • holy crap dude, i agree with the person that said that you need to get an education…OR, you should get spell check, seriously!!! no offense but that is EFFING HILARIOUS!!!

  25. I live in Virginia can I get a medical card for another state? or do i actually have to live in the legal states?

  26. Only a small number of applicants who attempt to get a medical marijuana card in California succeed. The Medical Marijuana movement has been growing in numbers and it is spreading across the country.

    • that is not correct, most are approved very easily. In california, virtually any condition is approved.
      as long as there is a valid prescription for a medication for any condition, the patient is approved 99% of the time.

  27. I have post polio. there is no cure no treatment, no hope.i have eaten marijuana for fifteen years. it helps me a great deal.

    • If you need to act fast smoke it. It will not last as long as eating/baking it but it is amazing!!!

  28. Hey Tim,
    Very well said and from a very interesting pov. Kinda makes you wonder if some of our brilliant politicians have given thought to your view already. Problem I suspect we’re having is they cant figure out how to regulate it to their advantage. Thus u and I get penalized when caught without a card. Just a thought ” may be cheaper not to legalize”

  29. Just learned about two weeks ago I could have cancer PA please legalize soon for people like me who may actually need it!

  30. I love smoking weed! Its more of a life style for me. I use it for good use. When I can’t get to bed at night I’ll roll a joint or pack a bowl and I’ll be to sleep no longer than a half hour to be passed out til morning. I wish I didn’t have to hide it as much as I do so put the good word out for the 312, Illinois, Chi-town you know where’s it at!!

  31. When I was in school i experimented with marijuana and contrary yo published expectations my GPA skyrocketed.I used for several years. but eventually gave it up,due to random drug testing for employment.

    I have since been seriously injured,and currently take hard narcotics legally.I often wonder if by returning to marijuana use I could reduce and or eliminate the need for vicodin and or percocett,unfortunately I am not in a liberal or even a compassionate state, in fact from what i understand my state Florida, is the worst.

    I believe Marijuana should be legalized taxed and used to provide better education. Current laws prevent someone that may have a problem with addiction from seeking help! it is most likely that a lot of addicts started using drugs for fun and or in defiance.Americans are first taught that this is America and we can do anything,we then are told you cant do that,as Americans our first thought is yes we can. We are (Amer I Cans) Not (Amer I Can Nots).

    Addiction to drugs is a serious problem not just here but everywhere. Addictions kill a lot of people and also finance Black Markets legalization would take away the Black Markets and also reduce the world wide addiction problems; An addict with an unlimited supply of “dope’ will do one of two things, die or get tired of whatever substance they are addicted to and quit. This is a harsh reality, but nevertheless a reality!

  32. my name Miles Nodrgen and i live in alabama. here it is not legal to smoke marijuana. i play football at bsc and have chronic pains along with eating problems. i am never hungry and am always hurting. i need something to relieve my pain and help me to eat. im losing weight! please alabama legalize marijuana for the many suffering citizens like me.

  33. yes I now that its alway helped im most of my struggling with even being addicted too tobbaco all so depression .

  34. I know that i and a number of people do benefit from use of marijuana.

    As for myself used for twenty years and was told to stop by my new dr. For over two years i isolated and withdrew from family and any outdoor activities. On my own went back to smoking marijuana and truley appreiciate the benefits of being a more productive person.

  35. I live in Washinton and don’t know any doctors Any help would be much appreciated Regards Terry

  36. I just got my card after signing up for this site that helps people get their medical marijuana cards. Their newsletter is pretty cool too if you smoke medical marijuana: medicalmarijuanalifestyle.com.

  37. Do you have to live in the state where the card is issued?

  38. hey i live in hawaii andi wanna know how i could get that card?

  39. In Kentucky, I’ve heard of people who live here and go to one of the legal states to get the medical card. How do they get this?

  40. I need to get this card Im epilectic, I have problem sleeping.

  41. HELLO IM LOOKING FOR INFORMATION ON MEDICAL CARD IN OREGON.

  42. I tried Michigan (I live in Lansing Mi) and nothing happens. I am currently searching for a reputable physician to start my processing.
    Could you help me out?

    Thanks
    J.B.

  43. Can i get a pot card for California but i live in Phoenix Arizona, but i travel to caly and i was born their?

  44. I have muliple sclerosis and I’m in a lot of pain but it is illegal for me to purchase or use marijuana for medical reasons here in the state of Pennsylvania. When will this backward state allow its medically challenged patients to use medical marijuana?

  45. Wisconsin needs this! However, after this year republicans will be taking over and then were screwed. I think its funny how they will prescribe synthetic heroine to people but not cannabis. Hmmm wonder which one has more side effects. Oh that’s right cannabis doesn’t have any!

  46. How do a get a card for Medical Marijuana in Nevada ? and where do I get an application ? I have degenitive Arthritis of the spine, and wish to stop taking pills for it.

  47. the legalization of weed should be in every state not just those few states. Arizona should allow the legaalizaiton because they do provide medical marijuana for some people but yet it is not legal.

  48. HI HOW R YOU DOING I FORGOT TO LEAVE MY EMAIL ADDRESS IS AS FOLLOWS VOLEK4@AOL.COM TO THE ? HOW DO I GET A MEDICAL MARIJUANA CARD I HAVE CLAUCOMA AND ARTHRITIS OF THE BACK THANKS DAVID B VOLEK

  49. pa needs to get on the ball, i have depression and i smoke weed everyday without it, i get depressed and have all kinds of rages. I have been strruggling with depression for years and the only thing that helps is weed.

  50. arizona would also enjoy being able to blaze the greens in peace to so please get arizona up with colorado and california

  51. please tell Pennsylvania to get on the ball , we are always last.

  52. I have a question. IF you are a legalized patient from another state, and have your RX for pot, and are “caught” with it on your possession in a state where medical marijuana is NOT legal; can you be in legal trouble, or do they have to honor the fact that you are permited to have medical marijuana in your home state? Just curious. Anyone know?

  53. Dont leave your state were your card is trust me I went home to visit the folks and was caught. With my herb and they threw my card away

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