As more and more countries continue to legalize both recreation as well as medical cannabis, the United States of America has not been left behind. States after states are increasingly following suit to the much delight of cannabis users. This has in turn led to changing of cannabis laws across the states that have legalized weed. This being the case therefore, you will need to keep updating yourself on these laws, so as not to find yourself in the wrong side of the law. Below are some of the latest updates on cannabis legalization across the country.

Terminally ill patients can access medical cannabis in Delaware  

For some time now, terminally ill patients have not been getting prescriptions for medical cannabis. However, thanks to Delaware state governor Jack Markell, patients can now access medical marijuana. This is because he signed a new law that allows the terminally ill patients to access medical marijuana. In addition, House Bill number 400 or Bob?s Bill as it is commonly known, gives permission to doctor to prescribe medical cannabis to both adults and children patients. In case therefore you are suffering from terminal illness, all you need to do is get a doctor?s prescription and you are qualified to get medical cannabis and buy my weed online

Early cannabis user?s convictions to be expunged in Missouri

Before the legalization of weed swept the entire country, people were being arrested for the use of the drug. This in turn led them to not enjoy certain privileges like employment, as they were classified as cannabis users. However, that has changed in Missouri thanks to its governor Jay Nixon who signed a law demanding that people who had cannabis convictions be cleared all their wrong doing. However, the law provides that the expungement be done in three years for those convicted of misdemeanor and not more than seven years for those convicted with felonies. This is good news for convicted cannabis users in Missouri, as their cases will be expunged within no time.

Ohio State has legalized cannabis

In case you are a resident of Ohio State and you are a cannabis user, good news is that Ohio State has become the 26th state in the United States to legalize the use of cannabis. However, the Ohio?s cannabis law specifies that only medical marijuana will be legalized and only people suffering from 21 health ailments can use it. Some of these ailments that you must be suffering from in order to use medical marijuana includes cancer, Aids, chronic pain, epilepsy, PTSD, fibromyalgia, and inflammatory bowel disease among others. In addition, for you to qualify to get the drug, you are required to have doctor?s prescription.