Smoking Weed at Thanksgiving
Smoking marijuana at Thanksgiving has become the latest holiday tradition. With all of the hoopla surrounding the holiday, we should not be surprised that the legalization of medical marijuana has had a significant impact on the conversation surrounding this issue. In fact, marijuana has been around for hundreds of years, and for many of us, it’s been part of our family traditions. As it becomes more accepted and legal, there’s no doubt that we are in for a new wave of celebration.
Let’s make November the month when we celebrate the holiday of pot. If you’re thinking about smoking the holiday marijuana, there are a few things you should know. The first is that you have to be over the age of 21 to smoke weed at the holiday. If you are under 21, you obviously can’t smoke in public or at events. However, if you do decide to smoke marijuana at the holiday, it’s important to be safe and keep it out of sight, out of mind.
A growing number of states have approved medical marijuana and have legalized the use of marijuana at the holiday. In fact, a number of states have passed laws in their respective states to allow smoking marijuana at the holiday. Let’s look at some of the states that have made this bold decision.
For decades, North Dakota had a drug policy that treated marijuana like cocaine. Drug use was not tolerated, and the state passed laws that made it extremely difficult to obtain marijuana. With the legalization of medical marijuana in 2007, the state decided to change its policy on marijuana. The state will now allow medical marijuana users to smoke marijuana at the holiday. The state has stated that marijuana is less dangerous than alcohol and that a drug test will have no effect on a medical marijuana user’s decision to smoke marijuana. The state of North Dakota has made the legalization of medical marijuana its top legislative priority in 2012.
While it might seem like it’s difficult to smoke marijuana on Thanksgiving, the state of South Dakota has made it easy. On May 20, 2011, South Dakota voters approved medical marijuana. So far, the state legislature has not passed a law legalizing medical marijuana, but if it did, it could allow medical