This page contains information about medical marijuana, marijuana penalties, links to advocacy organizations and the latest marijuana-related news for states in the south. If you would like to add your organization’s information to this page or would like to provide information about marijuana in your state please contact us.

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3 thoughts on “Marijuana in the South: A State-by-State Guide

    1. Virginia and West Virginia are most definitely traditionally identified as southern states, though there’s a fair amount of debate about that these days I suppose. Some people like to call them both mid-Atlantic states, while others (like me) use a much simpler formula: If you can order sweet tea in just about any restaurant in the state then it is a southern state, and both Virginia and West Virginia fail this test!

      In all seriousness though, the real reason neither of those states are listed here is because we don’t really have any resources there yet. We’ll get to it. 🙂

  1. Why cant the federal government just put a tax on marijuana and make it legal? It’s not that difficult there just making that way! I could get this done in no time and make the states tons of money! Almost all of the country wants it to be legal because it is better than alcohol! Please elected officials get off your butts and legalize marijuana!!!

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