What To Expect When Montana Recreational Marijuana Sales Launch On January 1

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“There may not be much product available after the first couple of days, for several weeks.” By Max Savage Levenson, Montana Free Press On January 1, 2022, adult-use recreational marijuana will become available for purchase in Montana. The launch of the new market raises a wide range of questions, from how much marijuana an individual can possess, to whether they can consume it in a national park, to the types of products that will be available for purchase. Read on for answers to those questions, and many more, in this Montana Free Press guide to the state’s post-prohibition marijuana marketplace. WHO CAN BUY MARIJUANA IN MONTANA?  Starting January 1, 2022, any adult age 21 or older can purchase marijuana and marijuana products. That includes Montana residents, residents of other American states and territories and international travelers with valid identification. WHAT DO I NEED TO BRING WITH ME TO A DISPENSARY?  Bring identification proving that you are 21 years of age. Virtually all marijuana transactions are in cash due to ongoing federal restrictions on banking services for the industry. Bring your own to avoid paying ATM fees at the shop. Shops are required to put your purchases in a plastic, child-proof “exit bag.” On subsequent trips, bring that reusable exit bag with you to limit waste and avoid paying for a new one. Especially during the opening weeks of the recreational program, bring a good dose of patience. Budtenders will be answering lots of questions from novice consumers, and lines may be long. WILL THE STATE TRACK MY PURCHASES OR PUT ME ON A LIST OF MARIJUANA CONSUMERS?  No. While a business can make a scan of your identification “to determine the consumer’s age,” per House Bill 701, the state’s legalization framework bill, it can only keep those records for 180 days.…

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