Following the move by Colorado and Washington last year, Alaska has now made cannabis legal to use at home.
The only condition is that it must “Be Free” and not acquired through barter.
There are moves to craft regulations and licenses to help marijuana retailers become operational by next year.
“You can still give people marijuana, but you can’t buy it — or even barter for it,” Alaska Public Media’s Alexandra Gutierrez said.
“So, it’s a pretty legally awkward spot. That probably won’t stop people from acquiring it, though.”
Dope from up to six plants can be kept on private property with impunity however.
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