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Cannabis is illegal in Kansas for both recreational and medical use. Penalties for possession include fines and jail time. Cannabidiol (CBD) products containing zero percent THC are exempt from the criminal code.
Kansas state lawmakers have introduced a new bill to legalize medical marijuana. If this medical cannabis bill is successful, the program will roll out in 2025.
It is illegal to cultivate marijuana in the state of Kansas. Growing cannabis is a felony offense punishable by a minimum of 46 months of jail time and fines ranging from $300 to $500,000.