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Marijuana laws continue to change in the United States as more states decriminalize both medical and recreational cannabis use. It’s still illegal in Idaho, Kansas, South Carolina, and Wyoming. Other states vary between somewhat and fully legal. Traveling abroad is also a mixed bag of laws, but there are places in the world where you can smoke up without fear of arrest.
Cannabis distribution platform, Weedar, released its guide for US travelers on the most cannabis-friendly countries to vacation in this year. The prices on the map represent the average price per gram. (Image Credit: Weedar.)
Here are the top 15:
- Costa Rica
- South Africa
You should always check the local laws when traveling and especially when dabbling in a gray area like this one.
Anthony’s Take: I love living in Chicago with a dispensary a few doors down. Edibles are a fun way to destress and they don’t pose the health risks of smoking. If you’re looking to chill out and partake in a little Mary Jane while traveling, check the laws, and then have fun.
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