How to Work In Cannabis
Requirements by State
Politics, budgets, and public support vary widely by state, which means each state’s requirements to work in the cannabis industry look completely different from one another.* This map and corresponding state information is not updated in real time. For up-to-the-minute information on requirements to work in cannabis, visit the governing body links provided on each state page.
How to get your cannabis license in:
- Adult Use:
- Market Overview:
Georgia is the place where legalization bills arrive on the legislative floor to die. Three pieces of legislation that would have regulated, taxed, and legalized cannabis in the Peach State — or at least give the state's voters a say to amend their state constitution to legalize the plant — have been introduced and failed, vetoed, or neglected since 2021.
Georgia's medical marijuana program allows parents and families who care for children in need to register with the state and possess up to 20 ounces of low-THC (defined as less than 5%), high-CBD cannabis oil.
Limited in-state production is permitted as is import by one organization, Georgia Access to MEdical Cannabis Commission.
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