The Ultimate Guide to Marijuana Use and Insurance for 2019

The Ultimate Guide to Marijuana Use and Insurance for 2019

The Ultimate Guide to Marijuana Use and Insurance for 2019 with Nick DiUlio, an analyst for insuranceQuotes.com. The past decade has been undeniably transformative for U.S. marijuana laws. Not since the era of Prohibition has the United States wrestled so broadly and intensely with the cultural, judicial, and economic implications of legalizing a formerly illegal substance. And while the push to reform state marijuana laws continues sweeping the country with unambiguous fervor a late-2018 Gallup poll showed 64 percent of Americans favor legalization many questions and complications remain.

The Ultimate Guide to Marijuana Use and Insurance

To date, 33 states and the District of Columbia have legalized medical marijuana, and 11 states Alaska, California, Colorado, the District of Columbia, Massachusetts, Maine, Michigan, Nevada, Oregon, Vermont, and Washington — have legalized the use of recreational marijuana for adults over 21. What’s more, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Illinois are poised to pass legalization legislation in 2019, while movements to get a legalization initiative on the ballot in 2020 are underway in Arizona and Ohio. Swift-moving legalization has resulted in a myriad of state laws that conflict with the federal government’s official position on the production, possession, and consumption of cannabis.