After voters approved Amendment 3 in November 2022, the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) was tasked with creating a system to allow marginalized individuals to participate in the legal marijuana market.
Missouri’s Amendment 3 gives adults over 21 the right to have up to 3 ounces of marijuana. We want to show you exactly what that looks like, where people can use pot, and what, if anything, can happen if you have more than that specified amount.
The legalization of recreational marijuana in Missouri is causing many drug-sniffing police dogs to retire early or shift to other duties. It is now legal to possess 3 ounces or less of marijuana in Missouri.
Governor Andy Beshear announced on Tuesday, November 15 that, starting in 2023, Kentuckians with certain severe medical conditions and who meet specific requirements will be able to possess and use small amounts of legally purchased medical marijuana as treatment.