Which states are currently allowing recreational marijuana?
A new survey of state recreational marijuana laws has found that some states are allowing recreational cannabis businesses to operate as long as they have a licensed grower.
The survey, conducted by the non-partisan Marijuana Policy Project, found that at least 25 states have approved medical marijuana, and some are allowing it to be sold to people with certain conditions, like cancer.
In addition, a number of states are now allowing marijuana to be used to treat chronic pain.
The state-by-state survey also found that in some states, recreational marijuana is being legalized as a medical treatment, such as in Maine, where medical marijuana is now legal.
The report found that while most states have some form of legal recreational marijuana use, the most common forms of recreational use are for medical purposes.
The most common form of recreational marijuana in Colorado is known as “medical marijuana.”