Since the passing of Amendment 3 we have received many questions about Missouri adult use marijuana. We’ve compiled a detailed list of questions and answers about the new Missouri adult-use marijuana laws, what everything means for our Missouri medical marijuana patients, and what you can expect to see from us at Terrabis.
A. The department could issue permits any time between Dec 8th and Feb 8th.
We will announce to you in advance as to when we will be selling adults use marijuana in Missouri.
A. Yes, persons over twenty-one (21) years of age may purchase up to 3oz of dried, unprocessed marijuana product (flower), or its equivalent, in a single transaction. Purchase limits for medical card holders have also been increased from 4 oz to 6 oz of dried, unprocessed marijuana, or its equivalent, in a thirty-day period absent an alternative amount having been authorized by the patient’s certifying physician or nurse practitioner.
A. Anyone with a valid, unexpired government-issued photo ID indicating they are over 21, Also, any out of state medical card will apply.
A. . We anticipate we will be able to accept identification cards issued by another state in mid-December as soon as the Department finalizes the rules and regulations relative to out-of-state purchases.
We will announce to you in advance as to when we will be accepting out-of-state medical identification cards.
A. Yes, active medical cards will still work and you pay on average 2% less in taxes than non-card holders.
A. Yes, you will have the same access to cannabis as medical patients.
A. Yes, of course.
A. Consumers may possess up to three (3) ounces of dried, unprocessed marijuana product, or its equivalent. However, Amendment 3 does not protect consumers from existing laws that assign liability for consumption of or smoking marijuana while inside of or while operating or being in physical control of a motor vehicle, train, aircraft, motorboat, or other motorized form of transport. Driving while impaired laws apply!
A. Yes, if they are over 21 and present a valid, unexpired government issued photo ID at time of entry/purchase.
A. We anticipate there will be plenty of product available.
A. Adult use will be taxed at 6% (medical 4%) at the state level. Municipalities can add on another 3%.
A. Dispensary facilities are authorized to sell to any person over twenty-one years of age in possession of a valid, unexpired government-issued photo ID.
A. Yes, there are no restrictions on THC percentages.
A. No, cannabis cannot be consumed in public. You can consume on private property or in an area licensed or permitted by authorities in which marijuana may be smoked or consumed, such as a consumption lounge or special event. Amendment 3 does not protect consumers from existing laws that assign liability for consumption of or smoking marijuana while inside of or while operating or being in physical control of a motor vehicle, train, aircraft, motorboat, or other motorized form of transport.
A. Medical ID cards issued after December 8, 2022, will be valid for three (3) years. Current medical ID card holders will retain their existing expiration dates, and at time of the next renewal, will be eligible for the 3-year expiration.
A: We will have one menu for everyone.
These are the top questions we have so far. Please let us know on social media if you have any other questions.