The numerous legislative changes from state to state may have made it more challenging to understand the marijuana regulations in your state.
The lawful possession of up to one ounce of useable marijuana and the home cultivation of up to six plants by adults (age 21 and above) are both permitted.
The marijuana regulations in Arizona recently experienced a major overhaul. A proposition that effectively legalised the recreational use of cannabis in Arizona was approved in November 2020.
The Arizona Department of Health Services was tasked with developing a medicinal marijuana programme in response to the public initiative (Proposition 203).
"Arizona Smart and Safe Act became Proposition 207 in November 2020. Effectively, this law made it lawful for adults 21 and older to use marijuana recreationally.
The recreational marijuana law marks a substantial change from Arizona’s prior state law, which forbade the use, possession, or cultivation of cannabis for any purpose other than medical.