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These are all good reasons why you might not be surprised that Wyoming weed growing is a bit unlike weed growing elsewhere.
First of all, it is the only state to arrest people for being under the influence of marijuana. Other states will arrest those who are driving, or those who are seen using marijuana, or even those who have it on them- not Wyoming.
Instead, this state arrests those who have used marijuana and puts them in jail for up to 90 days.
Legally, Wyoming is in the middle of everything. To the north and south are the pro-marijuana states of Montana and Colorado. However, on its east and west are the strongly opposed states of Idaho, Utah, Nebraska and South Dakota.
Wyoming sits directly between the free-spirited West Coast and Midwest Americana. On a greater scale, not many people are impacted by Wyoming’s laws as the state has the least amount of people in the entire US.
Growing marijuana in Wyoming
There aren’t many people in Wyoming, even though it is the 10th largest state in the country. Most of that land is used for mining, reservations, and national parks.
A large amount of the people, (25%), live in the capital city of Cheyenne. The rest of the population lives in rural areas and small towns.
The vastly rural environment may also explain their marijuana laws. Whereas many states have made changes to their marijuana laws over the last decade, Wyoming has not.
There are no tax stamps, no medical CBD program, and definitely no medical marijuana program. With so much marijuana legislation going on around them, this seems a bit surprising.
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