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Is Delta 8 Legal: A State-by-State Guide

Delta 8 is a compound found in cannabis that is gaining popularity for its potential medicinal benefits. However, its legality is still a bit of a gray area. Delta 8 is not explicitly banned by the federal government, but it is not legal in all states. As of now, the legality of delta 8 varies by state. Some states have explicitly banned it, while others have not addressed it at all.

Here is a state-by-state guide to the legality of Delta 8:

1. Alabama: Legal for medical use only. 

2. Alaska: Legal for recreational and medical use. 

3. Arizona: Legal for medical use only. 

4. Arkansas: Illegal. 

5. California: Legal for recreational and medical use. 

6. Colorado: Legal for recreational and medical use. 

7. Connecticut: Legal for medical use only.

8. Delaware: Legal for medical use only. 

9. Florida: Legal for medical use only. 

10. Georgia: Legal for medical use only. 

11. Hawaii: Legal for medical use only. 

12. Idaho: Illegal. 

13. Illinois: Legal for recreational and medical use. 

14. Indiana: Illegal. 

15. Iowa: Illegal. 

16. Kansas: Illegal. 

17. Kentucky: Legal for medical use only. 

18. Louisiana: Legal for medical use only. 

19. Maine: Legal for recreational and medical use. 

20. Maryland: Legal for medical use only. 

21. Massachusetts: Legal for recreational and medical use. 

22. Michigan: Legal for recreational and medical use. 

23. Minnesota: Legal for medical use only. 

24. Mississippi: Illegal. 

25. Missouri: Legal for medical use only.

26. Montana: Legal for recreational and medical use. 

27. Nebraska: Illegal. 

28. Nevada: Legal for recreational and medical use.

29. New Hampshire: Legal for medical use only. 

30. New Jersey: Legal for recreational and medical use. 

31. New Mexico: Legal for medical use only. 

32. New York: Legal for recreational and medical use. 

33. North Carolina: Legal for medical use only. 

34. North Dakota: Legal for medical use only. 

35. Ohio: Legal for medical use only. 

36. Oklahoma: Legal for medical use only. 

37. Oregon: Legal for recreational and medical use. 

38. Pennsylvania: Legal for medical use only. 

39. Rhode Island: Legal for medical use only. 

40. South Carolina: Illegal. 

41. South Dakota: Illegal. 

42. Tennessee: Legal for medical use only.

43. Texas: Legal for medical use only. 

44. Utah: Legal for medical use only. 

45. Vermont: Legal for recreational and medical use. 

46. Virginia: Legal for medical use only. 

47. Washington: Legal for recreational and medical use. 

48. West Virginia: Legal for medical use only. 

49. Wisconsin: Illegal. 

50. Wyoming: Legal for medical use only. 

It's important to note that laws regarding Delta 8 THC are subject to change, so it's always a good idea to check the most recent state laws before purchasing or consuming Delta 8 THC products.

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