Update: Now, medical marijuana patients visiting Maine need only produce their state-issued registry identification card, certificate, or other state-issued documentation of the visiting patient’s status as a medical marijuana patient in their state of residence, in order to purchase medical marijuana while visiting Maine.
Medical Marijuana in Maine
Even if you’re not looking to become the next star in a Stephen King novel, Maine is a stunning place with friendly, down-to-earth place with accommodating locals known for their dry whit and snappy sense of humor. Whether you’re touring the quintessential lighthouse-abundant coastlines, or going north up to camp. Maine won’t let you down. Maine legalized cannabis in 2016, so whether or not you’ve got a patient registry card for your state, it is legal to possess and use cannabis, and retail sales are coming soon.
The following states have provided the Office of Marijuana Policy with sufficient information to allow qualified medical marijuana patients visiting Maine to use their state-issued medical marijuana patient credential to obtain medical marijuana while visiting Maine:
Approved states: Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Connecticut, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Iowa, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, Rhode Island, Vermont, Washington, Washington, DC.
- Valid ID (match’s the MMJ card)
- Valid Medical Marijuana Certification
- As an out of state patient, you are able to purchase 2.5 oz of marijuana products every 15 days
- Driving under the influence of Marijuana is illegal
- Smoking in public areas is not permitted