Can You Fly On An Airplane With Legal Marijuana?

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Unless you were living under a rock this week, then you are aware that the number of legal states in America doubled after the election. The states that legalized were of course California, Nevada, Massachusetts, and Maine. According to the most recent census numbers, those states have a combined population of 49,714,000 people, with California of course making up the bulk of the statistic (38.8 million people live in California).

Prior to the election, Oregon, Washington, Alaska, Colorado, and Washington D.C. had voted to legalize. Their combined populations are 17,783,625. Needless to say, A LOT more people now live where cannabis is legal. Over 21% of Americans to be exact. Now add to that medical marijuana patients. With the election victories in Florida, North Dakota, and Arkansas this week, there are now 28 states in America that have legalized medical marijuana (not including ‘CBD only states,’ I don’t count those).


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