Montana (MN) Medical Marijuana Laws
Initiative 148 took effect on the day it was passed by voters in 2004. Patients must submit written medical certification by a licensed physician, pay an application fee and fill out an application form in order to become registered and be issued a valid medical marijuana identification card. Current patients must renew their application each year. Montana allows visiting qualifying medical marijuana patients with a valid medical marijuana identification to medicate within the state.
- Illnesses: cachexia; severe or chronic pain; severe nausea; epilepsy and other conditions characterized by seizures; multiple sclerosis and other muscle spasticity disorders; Crohn’s disease
- Possession: 1 ounce of usable marijuana
- Cultivation: Six marijuana plants
- Dispensaries: Current law does not allow for dispensaries
- Statute: Montana Medical Marijuana Act