Medical Marijuana Laws by State
States Where Medical Marijuana is Legal
Alaska | Arizona | Arkansas | California | Colorado | Connecticut | Delaware | D.C. | Florida | Hawaii | Illinois | Louisiana | Maine | Maryland | Massachusetts | Michigan | Minnesota | Mississippi | Missouri | Montana | Nevada | New Hampshire | New Jersey | New Mexico | New York | North Dakota | Ohio | Oklahoma | Oregon | Pennsylvania | Rhode Island | South Dakota | Utah | Vermont | Washington | West Virginia
States with Low-THC Medical Marijuana Laws
Georgia | Indiana | Iowa | Kansas | North Carolina | Tennessee | Texas | Virginia | Wyoming
States with Pending Medical Marijuana Legalization
Alabama | Idaho | Kentucky | Nebraska| South Carolina | Wisconsin
Medical Marijuana Doctors in each State
- Patients can meet with a qualified physicians to get access to some of the best medicinal marijuana if they have a MedCard™ Medical Marijuana Identification Card.
- This MedCard is issued by the California Department of Public Health to patients who struggle with disorders.
- Only patients of the Medical Marijuana Program can purchase cannabis at dispensaries until recently
To get your MedCard, you’ll need:
- A doctor’s recommendation
- To be a resident of the California county where you submit your application
- Proof of identity and residency
All applicants must apply in person at their county’s program, pay the registration fee and have their Medial photos taken.
Qualifying for the Medical Marijuana Program
To qualify, you must have one of the medical conditions listed by the state as eligible for the program. These include:
- AIDS or HIV
- Chemotherapy and radiation therapy side effects
- Chronic pain
- Chronic conditions that impair quality of life
- Multiple sclerosis
- Migraine headaches
A Physician’s Recommendation
The physician’s recommendation is the most important part of your MedCard application.
It indicates to the State of California that you do struggle with a debilitating condition. Your medical marijuana consultation must meet the following criteria:
- The doctor must have a license to practice medicine or osteopathy in California
- The physician must take responsibility for at least one aspect of your health care
- The doctor must assess your medical records and perform an exam
- If they feel that medical marijuana is an appropriate treatment option, they must note this in your medical records
- You must sign a medical release so the county program can process your application
- The doctor will give you a copy of their recommendation for the application and keep a copy for their records
- A Medical Professional who can assess your condition and provide you with a medical marijuana recommendation.
- If you’re having trouble finding a local doctor, MedCard.com/doctors who has access to information about many physicians in your State.
- Use our MedCard.com/doctors site to find the best practice to suit your specific medical needs.
MedeCam™ Telehealth Portal
The MedeCam™ Telehealth Portal will enable a physician visit in order to qualify for a Medical Marijuana Card (MedCard.com).
The MedeCam software (iPhone, Android Phone, PC or Mac Application) connects you with incredible doctors using web video feeds. This opportunity is secure and convenient.